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With states expecting budget shortfalls of $650 billion over three years, grants have never been a more important source of funding. At the same time, governments must pay special attention to how they manage and track their grant funds. View this on-demand recording to learn best practices and review important Uniform Guidance details to ensure grant governance processes and procedures are in place to ensure success in a post-pandemic era.
Navigating the Single Audit in the Era of COVID-19
Right now, governments have a lot on their plates, from determining reopening policies and potentially transitioning workforces from telework back to their offices, to ensuring communities are staying safe and healthy. That’s why, when it comes to grants and funding, many agencies and departments may not be thinking of their long-term post-pandemic measurement and performance.
Learn How to Search and Apply for Grants - Find the Latest COVID-19 Opportunities
Take 30 minutes to learn more about how you can maximize your Grants Network System and utilize our free COVID-19 Funding Toolkit. We’ll show you how to quickly search, tag, and apply for the grants that fit your exact needs and requirements–saving you significant time and hassle.
Navigating Challenges and Opportunities in COVID-19 Grants Management
Over the past month, Congress approved unprecedented funding to support the nation’s medical and economic recovery from COVID-19. As agencies quickly shift to manage and distribute new levels of grant funding, how prepared are grant makers and recipients to manage the funds and track performance? In this joint webinar with Grant Thornton, listeners learn challenges for governments and best practices for successful grants management, performance, and reporting.
Navigating COVID-19 Grant Funding
Where to Look for Funding That Can Help During Times of Crisis
Due to the impact of COVID-19, public-sector organizations are faced with the challenge of where to look for additional funding that may help their budgets. In this joint webinar, Charlie Francis, Senior Consultant at Questica, and Maria Howeth, Customer Success/Tribal Specialist at eCivis examined the biggest budgeting and grant management challenges governments are facing and the advantages of having automated budgeting solutions to help save on costs while maximizing funding opportunities.
Your Roadmap to COVID-19 Grant Funding
Leverage this guide as a strategic playbook with best practices you can implement right away to navigate the latest COVID-19 funding packages. Specifically, you'll learn about five steps you can take to quickly put your grant dollars to use while delivering aid to the communities counting on you.
Measuring Grant Performance and Accountability in the Era of COVID-19
With so much funding available, governments must pay special attention to how they manage, use, and track their grant funds. By reading this guide, you'll learn how to prioritize grant performance and outcomes, important Uniform Guidance terms to review, and three actionable steps to take so that you can ensure utmost performance, accountability, and transparency.
Access our full breakdown of the latest Executive Memos detailing Coronavirus Relief Fund requirements, the latest updates to Uniform Grant Guidance, and more.
How Governments Can Access Grants to Fight Coronavirus
Learn how state, local, and tribal governments can leverage the latest grant guidance and funding to fight coronavirus in your communities.
In this article, eCivis discusses three actions state and local governments should take to address the public health crisis.
Top of mind for most state and local leaders governments are how and when grant funding will become available to combat COVID-19. Here are some answers.
The CARES Act has issued a historic $8 billion dollars specifically to tribal nations, governments, and territories. Our tribal experts break down the impact.