Section 10 of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to make grants to museums, Indian tribes, and Native Hawaiian organizations to assist the process leading to repatriation/disposition of Native American human remains, funerary objects, sacred objects, and objects of cultural patrimony. Management of the Secretary's responsibilities for NAGPRA grants is carried out by the National NAGPRA Program. Two types of grants are offered -- Consultation/Documentation grants and Repatriation grants. Consultation/Documentation grants are project-based grants that support the efforts of museums, Indian tribes, and Native Hawaiian organizations to consult on and document human remains and cultural items. These grants are competitive. Repatriation grants are noncompetitive awards that defray costs associated with the transfer of possession of human remains and cultural items (such as packaging, transportation, contamination removal, reburial, or storage). In this webinar, you will learn about NAGPRA grants, review the FY 2014 Consultation/Documentation grant application, identify fundable projects, and hear the perspectives of Grants Panel reviewers and a veteran successful grant writer on crafting a successful NAGPRA grant application. This forum seeks to thoughtfully consider your questions, so please include them along with your registration. Recorded on February 6, 2014.