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Upcoming Grant Opportunities for March 2016

Community_Development_for_Businesses.jpgHere are some of the most promising federal grant opportunities expected to be released in March 2016. These synopses come from a report from The Ferguson Group, an eCivis partner.

Special Opps: Funding and More for November 5, 2015

“eCivis Special Opps” is collection of supplemental funding sources, resources, and other opportunities for organizations, faculty and students, community members, and partners that are discovered by our research team while searching for opportunities to include in Grants Network: Research.

Grant News for September 28, 2015

Maryland Governor's Grants Office Training Conference: November 9

It's a new day for leadership and new rules for federal grants management. Join colleagues from throughout the state and the nation on November 9 as they discuss pre- and post-award grants issues in the nation's preeminent grants conference.

Grant Award Announcements: September 22, 2015

You know that taking a look at grant competition award lists is wise if you're looking to apply in the next round. Plus, doing so can jog your creativity and help your team craft a competitive proposal by the time the next solicitation is released. So take a look at this grab bag of grant award announcements from across the nation. Read about these innovative projects; see how communities and institutions will benefit, and how yours can too.

New Funded Projects from Rio Hondo, TX, and Orange, VA

Keeping on task with your current grant reporting as well as new grant solicitations is key to your work as a grant administrator. Still, it's helpful to check in on the trends and stories of successfully funded programs to remind us of the impact that grant funding has on our communities. Here are two stories from eCivis customers that speak to the power of grant funding, whether that be for drinking water needs, improved police-community relations, or other means to improve quality of life.

Grant News Grab Bag for August 25, 2015

The "Grant News Grab Bag" series delivers a mix of grant-related news, from federal funding initiatives to grants management regulations to local government news items.

Grant News Grab Bag: TIGER Demand Ever Greater, and Other Stories

Every so often, we publish on issues affecting local governments, grant writing, webinars, and anything and everything related to grants and municipal projects. Because there's too much good stuff to report on, we mix together those stories in a digestible "grab bag" format. Pick out what relates to you:

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