May 27, 2020 The Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance improperly used $10,161 of federal grant money and did not have adequate records to back up $467,780 in other spending from the grants dedicated to helping survivors of human trafficking, a federal audit found. The nonprofit received two grants totaling more than $1.6 million from the […]
They don’t get better with age. They expire. Federal grants range from one to five years (with a possible one-year extension). Then it’s game over. Rock your program. Spend your money.
May 29, 2020 (The Center Square) – North Carolina is receiving a $6 million federal grant to support jobs and workforce training. The Dislocated Worker Grant, requested by the North Carolina Department of Commerce’s Division of Workforce Solutions (DWS) and awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor, was made possible by the $2.2 trillion federal Coronavirus […]
No better time than the present!
May 27, 2020 DAYTON — City administration will not apply for a federal grant that would provide funding for more firefighters because of the economic strain on city finances brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, City Manager Shelley Dickstein said Wednesday afternoon. Last year, Dayton voters approved a charter amendment that would allow the city […]
If your organization has federal grants (or if you want federal grants in the future), you need written policies and procedures that govern the use of those funds in accordance with federal grant management regulations. We have a free policies and procedures template on our website if you need help getting started.
May 28, 2020 ROCKFORD (WREX) — Downtown Rockford could look a lot different in the near future. Millions of dollars have been ear-marked for improvements in that area. For years, local leaders say downtown Rockford has been living in the past. “These roads were set up four lanes across to essentially, not just for commuting […]
I love this quote. Hard work is priceless.
May 29, 2020 The state announced a grant program to help small businesses that weren’t able to secure funding from the federal Paycheck Protection Program. The Small Business Restart Fund is supported by $30 million of federal CARES Act funding sent to Indiana. Click here to read the complete article.