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Grants

The Supreme Court of Ohio makes grants available each year to assist Ohio courts and justice partners in funding upgrades to operations, innovative justice initiatives and more. Each grant type is targeted to a specific need or use.

You can keep up with the latest grant information by subscribing to the Supreme Court’s Grants RSS feed or sign up to receive news and updates via email or text through GovDelivery. You may also follow the Supreme Court on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Court personnel and other justice-related partners are encouraged to bookmark this page. Information about future grant releases and awards will be available on this page.

e-Citation Special Funding Opportunity

The application period is now closed. Results of the competitive application process are expected in December 2022.

Juvenile Court Technology Special Funding Opportunity

The application period is now closed. Results of the application process are expected in August 2022. Awardees and those declined will be contacted by email.

View a complete list of awardees for the FY 2023 Civil Justice Program grants.

Previous Grant Awardees

View a complete list of awardees for the FY 2022 Technology Grant.

If you have questions, please email techgrant@sc.ohio.gov.

Previous Tech Grant Awardees

View a complete list of awardees for the FY 2022 Court Improvement Program Quality Legal Representation Pilot.

Do you have fiscal-related questions on a grant award? Please send an email with your question and the grant information to: grant-fiscal@sc.ohio.gov. The appropriate person will provide a response to your question. All other grant questions may be addressed to grants@sc.ohio.gov.

The Supreme Court of Ohio has developed a website to provide guidance and direction to Ohio courts in their efforts to procure goods and services such as technology (audio/video equipment, case management systems, etc.). The site includes resources designed to guide courts through the various stages of procurement, including requests for proposals, contracting, and project management. While these resources will serve as helpful and informative reference tools for courts, it is not an all-inclusive instructional guide. The Supreme Court of Ohio remains committed to assisting Ohio courts and providing guidance in regards to large procurements when needed.

Procurement Resources for Courts

Contact Information

Grant Administration
Supreme Court of Ohio
65 South Front Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215-3731

Grant Administrator:
Mallory Geib

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