Every year, Congress is responsible for allocating overall funding for offices, programs, and grants administered by the federal government. As your Representative, Ted has the opportunity to advocate on behalf of programs that are important to South Florida and the 22nd Congressional District.
To submit a Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22) appropriations request, a FY22 surface transportation authorization, or FY22 national defense authorization act (NDAA) request, please fill out this form and return the form to our office with the type of request in the subject of the email. If you have multiple requests, please submit a separate form for each request. Please provide as much of the requested information as possible to ensure we can fully evaluate your request.
The House Committee on Appropriations will begin accepting requests on March 29, 2021. Please submit all documents to our office no later than March 29, 2021 for appropriations requests. In order to best evaluate requests and help you make any changes, we recommend submitting your request by March 22, 2021.
For surface transportation requests, please submit all documents to our office no later than April 19, 2021.
Deadlines and additional information for FY22 surface transportation authorization and FY22 national defense authorization act (NDAA) requests will be posted at a later date.
Please note that appropriations requests cannot guarantee funding for any specific entity or project and are separate from individual grant requests. Ted’s district office staff is available at (561) 470-5440 to help you explore, draft, and submit individual grant requests.
To submit a request, please fill out this form.
Submission of your request does not create a binding commitment on any party nor a guarantee that any organization or program will be awarded funding from any federal agency through the appropriation process. Furthermore, the submission, review, and approval of applications for federal funding will be carried out consistent with federal agency rules and regulations. Some details, including the location and substance of your request, may be publicly available. We will never publicly share the name or other personal information of the requestor without your permission.