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TABEZ - Free E-Tool to Facilitate Writing of EPA Assessment and Cleanup Grants
Sponsored by: EPA Region 5
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September 8, 2010, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM, EDT (18:00-19:30 GMT)

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TAB EZ is a FREE online tool intended to streamline and simplify the grant writing process when applying for EPA brownfields assessment and cleanup grants. The goal of TAB EZ is to level the playing field for smaller local governments and communities so they may have an increased chance to obtain EPA brownfields grant funds. TAB EZ is very user friendly. It offers helpful hints for addressing proposal requirements, as well as links to additional resources. Multiple participants may work on a proposal, while at the same time all proposals are password protected to prevent unauthorized use.

TAB EZ was developed by the TAB (Technical Assistance to Brownfields communities) program at Kansas State University with funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under cooperative agreement TR83389401.

This webinar will step attendees through TABEZ and explain the use of the tool. Attendees may want to log on to TABEZ before the webcast and follow along using the live tool. TAB EZ is available at

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