Federal Grants Management Handbook
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The Federal Grants Management Handbook is the leading guide for the federal grants community since 1978 and awarded by the National Grants Management Association for outstanding reporting and analysis. It is the most comprehensive and trusted source for anyone administering federal program funds and it provides everything you need to know to make your money work for you.
With the Federal Grants Management Handbook, you can:
• Confidently handle grant expenditures, documentation, and reporting with our easy-to-understand explanations of requirements and strategies
• Better manage your American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds with an entire section specifically devoted to this topic
• Get the most out of your funds with critical guidance to improve the efficiency of your funds
• Keep ahead of the game with our monthly updates of new analysis pages, practice tools, and newsletters
• Successfully handle an audit and limit its impact
• Call the editor with unanswered questions — a special resource for subscribers
The leading guide for the federal grants community since 1978.
The Federal Grants Management Handbook is the most comprehensive and trusted source for administering federal program funds — from submitting grant proposals to setting up financial management systems for payment and reporting … initiating audits and grant closeout to searching for best practices and procedures.
In fact, it received an award by the National Grants Management Association for outstanding reporting and analysis!
You’ll get all the primary source documents grant recipients need — OMB circulars, Treasury regulations and other government wide policies such as lobbying restrictions, debarment and nondiscrimination. You’ll find practical compliance tools such as checklists, sample forms and proven methods of grants management compliance.
Featured topics include:
• Steps to Take in Applying for Federal Grants
• Managing Accounting and Financial Systems
• Electronic Grant Management Issues
• Purchasing and Procurement Using Federal Funds
• Strategies for Reporting and Recordkeeping
• Audit Requirements
• And Many More
Your subscription to the Federal Grants Management Handbook also gives you regular update pages and newsletters that brief you on important new actions in Congress, OMB and Treasury, the courts, grants appeals boards and others. Optional Federal Agency Reference Chapters guide you through the policies of individual federal agencies providing grant funds.
The Federal Grants Management Handbook has served the federal grants community for more than 30 years as the most comprehensive resource available on everything you need to know about managing your federal funds.
- Two-volume manual
- Updates (12 updates)
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Editorial Advisory Board for Federal Grants Management Handbook
Chief Financial Officer and
Head of Human Capital
E.L. Haynes Public Charter School
North Delta Regional Planning and Development District
Interim Executive Director
American Association of Grants Professionals
Kansas City, Kan.
M. Wayne Finley, MBA, CGMS
Hillsborough County Government
Director of Programs
Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth
Strategic Grants Planning and Development
Seminole Community College
Linda C. Janey, J.D.
Maryland Department of Planning
Maryland State Clearinghouse
Glenda O'Neal LLC
Solloway & Associates
Silver Spring, Md.
Joe Trachtenberg, Ph.D.
Professor of Political Science
College of Arts & Sciences
Clayton State University
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