The TA2TA calendar hosts information about TA provider events, both in-person and on-line educational opportunities.
The TA Provider Directory is a resource for TA providers and grantees as well as anyone learning more about OVW TA. The directory provides an overview of the OVW TA providers including a description of their active TA projects and their project point of contact.
The TA2TA library is a centralized location where TA providers, grantees, potential grantees, and subgrantees can access materials developed by OVW TA providers.
These webinars provide information on developing and implementing your grant including, but not limited to, grants financial management, grant fraud investigations, federal civil rights obligations, and the grant management system.
TA providers have the opportunity to convene roundtables to delve deeper into an issue and to identify emerging or complex issues that will advance and guide the fields of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. The TA2TA Project may cover the cost of hosting such roundtables, in whole or in part, as determined by OVW.
The TA2TA Project can provide a range of meeting support technical assistance in the areas of program development and logistics. Program development may include, but is not limited to, serving as a registrar, coordinating or providing program materials, developing timelines and agendas, providing sample confirmation letters, and assisting your organization to create efficient meeting processes. Meeting planners are available to offer technical assistance on the logistical tasks related to a meeting, which include selecting a meeting location, completing and submitting conference approval request and reporting forms, and providing sample checklists and forms.
Other resources for TA Providers include those TA projects that are designed for TA Providers, but may not necessarily be limited to TA Providers. Such projects include TA on developing curricula and distance learning programs, meeting and training accessibility, abuse in later life, language access, and progress reports.