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Before eCivis, we maintained our grants using spreadsheets, and grant documentation was kept with the program and the accounting department. Since having eCivis, the Osage Nation has been able to have a centralized database of all of our grants that is transparent to the Osage Nation Executive Office. It allows the administration to keep up with compliance and program measures.

— Osage Nation

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Grants Management for Tribal Governments 

In the U.S., there are currently 574 federally recognized tribal nations. These nations utilize multiple funding streams to meet the vital needs of their tribal members, and the communities where they live. While they receive federal funding through the Indian Self Determination and Education Assistance Act (ISDEAA), they also rely on federal, state, and foundation grants to fund critical services including but not limited to:

  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Eldercare
  • Child Services
  • Social Services
  • Housing
  • Cultural Preservation
  • Road Maintenance
  • Law Enforcement

Many tribes do not have resources to create a full-service grants department. This is where eCivis can help. 

With decades of grants management and tribal government experience, eCivis helps acquire and manage project funding by addressing common challenges, including:

  • Protecting sovereign data while reducing the workload associated with project management
  • Access to comprehensive Federal and non-federal project funding sources
  • Accurately calculate and negotiate indirect costs and rates

Our goal is to support tribes in their grant journey as a true partner for success.

Some of the Tribes We Serve

Osage Nation

Osage Nation: Read Case Study

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Bay Mills Indian Community

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Choctaw Nation

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Cherokee Nation

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Chickasaw Nation

Saginaw_Chippewa

Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe


 

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