State of Arizona


"Grants are a strategic, targeted resource. When deployed correctly, they can change lives."

Matthew Hanson, Statewide Grant Administrator, State of Arizona

 

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First Pain Point

This should be the biggest pain your clients have as it relates to your service. What are you doing for them?

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First Pain Point

This should be the biggest pain your clients have as it relates to your service. What are you doing for them?

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First Pain Point

This should be the biggest pain your clients have as it relates to your service. What are you doing for them?

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City of Goodyear

The City of Goodyear created organizational transparency, leading to better financial performance.

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City of Avondale

Avondale doubled the dollar value of grants received, and collaborated with the Arizona Department of Transportation.

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Proposed FY 2018 Federal Funding For Arizona

Changes in major program funding in Arizona from FY 2017 to FY 2018 

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 According to the Office of Management and Budget, the State of Arizona is expected to see an overall increase in federal funding for major programs of 1.4%, or $12,471,034 in FY 2018 compared to $12,298,791 in FY 2017. 

Mandatory programs would see an increase of 3.4%, or $10,606,109 in FY 2018 compared to $10,255,287 in FY 2017. 

Discretionary funding would see a decrease of -8.7%, or $1,864,928 in FY 2018 compared to $2,043,504 in FY 2017.

For more information on how to effectively manage changes in federal and non-federal funding in Arizona, call us at 877.232.4847, option 1, or email sales@ecivis.com.