Federal grant applications are generally comprised of two pieces: a project description, or narrative, and a financial description, or budget. These two elements are inextricably linked, as the budget lays out how much the program plan will cost. Continue Reading
This Thanksgiving GetEdFunding is thankful for all of you! Your continued support pushes us to be better. To show our appreciation, we’ve rounded up five technology funding opportunities that we can all be thankful for this year: Continue Reading
The Executive Summary is the most important part of your grant proposal. It is the very first thing reviewers will read and, when done well, it encapsulates your whole proposal. It is best to save writing the Executive Summary for last, so you can effectively summarize each part of your proposal.
This blog is part of our new series, Grant Writing for Beginners. The series covers all the stages of preparing a grant proposal from writing a Letter of Inquiry to submitting a proposal. To continue the series, here’s how to write an effective Executive Summary: Continue Reading
When it comes to writing and managing federal grants, accountability is more important than ever. In December of 2013, the US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued new and comprehensive grant reform rules that consolidate award requirements previously found in eight separate OMB circulars. The result is a formidable document entitled 2 CFR Part 200: Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards. The new rules took effect upon federal awards made after December 26, 2014. Continue Reading