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Federal Grants Management Handbook

Federal Grants Management Handbook | Grants Management, Grant Administration, Federal Funding Look Inside

With the Office of Management and Budget’s ushering in the most expansive grant reform since the Single Audit Act of 1984, grant recipients must plan for a whole new set of rules. OMB’s new grants guidance alters the procedures and expectations for anyone who works with or monitors grants, but, more importantly, it shifts the focus from compliance to a new emphasis on performance. How will you stay on top of those changes so you not only adapt, but thrive?

Thompson’s Federal Grants Management Handbook, the leading guide for the federal grants community since 1978, can help guide you through the process. The most comprehensive and trusted source for anyone administering federal program funds, the Handbook can show you how the new guidance impacts:

    • financial management systems
    • procurement and property standards,
    • audit resolutions
    • time and effort documentation,
    • allowability, and
    • now, performance requirements for both program and finance.
 
 

Major Topics Covered

Thompson's Federal Grants Management Handbook breaks down the most complex and potentially confusing guidance and regulations issued by the OMB and federal agencies, so you can take the steps needed to stay in compliance with the complicated, detailed rules that govern your funding. With the Handbook you can:

  • Confidently handle grant expenditures, documentation and reporting with our easy-to-understand explanations of requirements and strategies
  • Get the most out of your federal award with critical guidance to improve the efficiency of your funds
  • Successfully handle an audit and limit its impact
 

Format and Frequency

  • Two-volume manual
  • Monthly updates

About Your Subscription

Your annual subscription includes published updates at no additional charge for the 12-month subscription period. If you have any questions about your subscription, please contact Client Services at 800-677-3789 or by emailing service@thompson.com.

 

Authors and Editors

Grants Editorial Advisory Board

Jesse Buggs
Director
Office of Grant Development & Admin
City of Bowie
Bowie, Md.

Cornelia Chebinou
Washington Office Director
National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers
Washington, D.C.

M. Wayne Finley, MBA, CGMS
Grants Administrator
Hillsborough County Government
Tampa, Fla.

Rhonda Gibson
Grants Director
Clayton State University
Morrow, Ga.

Elizabeth Gombash
Executive Director
Strategic Grants Planning and Development
Seminole Community College
Sanford, Fla.

Lori Guerrero
Grants Administrator
King County Department of Transportation
Seattle, Wash.

Daniel Hirsch
Marketing & Communications Manager
LCG, Inc.
Arlington, Va.

Linda C. Janey, J.D.
Assistant Secretary
Maryland Department of Planning
Baltimore, Md.

Leigh M. Manasevit, Esq.
Partner
Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC
Washington, D.C.

Glenda O'Neal
Grants Writer/Consultant
Glenda O'Neal LLC
Maineville, Ohio

Jodi Pearl, MA, GPC
Grants Coordinator
Memorial Healthcare System
Hollywood, Fla.

George Rippey
Consultant
Education Department OIG, Retired
Upper Marlboro, Md.

Richard Solloway
President
Solloway & Associates
Silver Spring, Md.

Heather Stombaugh, MBA, GPC
Editor, GPA Grant News
Grant Professionals Association
Consultant
JustWrite Solutions
Cygnet, Ohio

Sandra Swab
Grants Consultant
Recovery Board, OMB, retired
Bethesda, Md.

Judith Turner
Vice President
TCG
Washington, D.C.

Tiffany R. Winters, Esq.
Partner
Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC
Washington, D.C.