Benh Pham

Grants Management: Federal Single Audit Guidelines

Recipients of federal grant funds must use the funds as indicated by the grant agreement and must ensure that funds are expended in the time frame specified by the document. This publication discusses the period of fund availability, how the time period will influence the expending of funds, and how the time period affects the Single Audit process, also known as the OMB A-133 audit, an organization-wide audit of an entity that expends $750,000* or more of federal assistance received for its operations.

Grants Management System Goals: Know Before the Auditors Tell You

This publication provides an overview of the audit process. It explains what a grant recipient...

Grants Management System Tips: Putting Your Program on Track

This publication shows you how to manage your grant award with maximum efficiency and...

Grants Management Process: Building a Good Purchasing System

A solid grants management system will keep your project on schedule and within budget, as well...

Grants Management Challenges: Staff Changes

Staff turnover can cause confusion, delays, and other problems that have the potential to...

Successful CBO Collaboration: Establishing the Baseline

Collaboration with a community-based organization (CBO) can be a great asset to local...

1, 2, 3 Action Plan: Goals that Measure Success

As a department or organization striving to initiate or enhance its grant-writing capacity, it...

Grants Management: What to Do When Projects Go Awry

Is your grant-funded program going to run out of money? Is there a deficiency with your...