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Failure to provide effective audits of Federal grants

hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, first session, July 30 and 31, 1979.

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        LC Classifications1979
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        Paginationxvi, 99 p. :
        Number of Pages49
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        ISBN 10nodata
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The amount of financial support varies from program to program, and not all grant programs have cost-sharing or matching requirements. In addition, agency websites contain information on funding opportunities.

Helping Those in Need: An Overview of the Federal Grants Process

Most organizations are not audited by the government itself, although the Federal government has the right to audit any program that receives public money at any time. " There is no guarantee you will receive a grant if you apply.

Helping Those in Need: An Overview of the Federal Grants Process If you are in the business of caring for people in need, you understand that resources are needed to do the work effectively. Each phone, computer, copier, fax machine, printer, desk, cabinet, and chair purchased by the project or provided by the grantee as in-kind contribution should be placed on such a list.

Helping Those in Need: An Overview of the Federal Grants Process

In general, your program contact will work with you to make sure your project achieves its goals and objectives. In many cases, grantees are allowed to keep the items they purchase after the grant is over so that they may continue running the project without Federal funds and because it simply would not be cost effective for the government to remove the items from one grantee and give them to others.

Grantees should check the specific terms and conditions of their grant and if they have any questions, they should check with the Federal program contact person. Grants that put Federal money in the hands of States, cities, or counties for them to distribute to charities and other social service providers, usually under their own rules and regulations also known as 'formula' or 'block' grants.