If your organization receives federal grants and enters into agreements with subrecipients or contractors, it is critical that the substance of the relationship with each is fully understood. This is crucial for several reasons but the primary reason is that it is required (see Uniform Guidance – 2 CFR 200.332 – Requirements for pass-through entities).Continue reading “Understanding Subrecipient vs. Contractor Determination”
A key part of writing a government grant is the ability to advocate, in narrative form, why the prospective grantee should be awarded the grant.
Read Grants Works overview of city, county and state government grants and how to find them. The post includes links to several localities’ grants pages.
What is the Unique Entity Identifier (UEI)? The federal government’s transition from the D-U-N-S number to the Unique Entity Identifier will now be effective in April 2022 instead of December 2020. Organizations that plan to apply for a grant will need a Unique Entity Identifier in SAM.gov. The Unique Entity Identifier is the new identifier anyContinue reading “(Updated) – The UEI is Coming”