To honor our first 10 years as one of the premier federal grant management training companies, I pulled this post out of moth-balls that I wrote when I first started the company.
Training and Development
I’m attending and presenting at the upcoming Grant Professional Association Conference. Now I admit it. I was slow to join any type of professional organization. It seemed impossible to fit into my already busy schedule. But I took a chance on the GPA and what I discovered is that connecting with other grant professionals not […]
The requirement for written procurement procedures is part of the Uniform Guidance that many federal grant recipients have been slow to implement. So if you are wondering how to create the “dreaded” written procurement procedures manual from scratch, don’t worry. I have created a roadmap for success on this federal grant requirement. Written Procurement Procedures […]
When you work with federal grants, it’s just a matter of time before someone says “We need the prior approval of the funder” to do this or that. But this vague term “prior approval” may leave you wondering two important questions when you manage grants: When does 2 CFR Part 200 aka the Uniform Guidance […]
An advance for a federal grant is a payment method where the funder pays the non-Federal entity in advance of spending the grant funds. (Doesn’t that sound better than waiting for a reimbursement?) § 200.3 Advance payment. Advance payment means a payment that a Federal awarding agency or pass-through entity makes by any appropriate payment […]
Cost-share (also called “match“) is the part of the federally-sponsored project or program that is not paid for by the federal government. “Cost sharing or matching means the portion of project costs not paid by Federal funds (unless otherwise authorized by Federal statute). See also § 200.306 Cost sharing or matching.” From 2 CFR Part 200 […]