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2019 Maryland Governor's Grants Conference: October's Speakers and Events

by eCivis on August 15, 2019

MD Grants Training 2016Join us in College Park, Maryland on October 21st for the 15th Annual Maryland Governor’s Grants Training. This unique conference brings together over 600 grant professionals from Federal, State, and local levels for targeted professional development. Attendees can expect a full day presentations, panels, technical assistance, and networking. Walk away from the 2019 Governor's Grants Conference with a deeper understanding of the full grants lifecycle, knowledge on emerging requirements, best practices, and analysis on new strategies for improving compliance.

Merril Oliver, Executive Vice President & COO of eCivis, will be a presenter this year. Her topic, Homelessness: A National Priority, will dive into The Opportunity Project - a process for government, communities, and the technology industry to collaborate, gather data, and create digital tools that address our greatest challenges as a nation. We can use these findings to explore homelessness and how grantors and grantees can help.

More sessions will focus on:

  • Developing Indirect cost proposals and cost allocation plans
  • Subrecipient Risk Assessment and Monitoring
  • Current and Emerging grant availability and technical assistance for completing specific federal, state, foundation grant applications and processes
  • Cost principles
  • Single Audit

eCivis is a proud sponsor of this event for the 6th year in a row, and we would love to see you there. For more information and to register, please go to:
https://grants.maryland.gov/Pages/grants-conference.aspx 

(Photo: Maryland Governor's Grants Training Conference, Plenary Session, 2016.)

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