As a Grant Administrator, you know that grants administration is an ongoing process that can be incredibly complicated and frustrating. We’ve provided you with resources to kick-start your grants administration and compliance processes, but we know that the learning never really stops for grants professionals.
In their quest to maintain high-quality programs that provide necessary services to the greater public, grantors and grantees focus on grant seeking. This often leads to grant professionals overlooking the often taxing work of complying with the requirements and stipulations of grant-awarded funding.
In this Hero Highlight, we sat down with eCivis’ Customer Success Manager, Kailee Wolterstorff. At eCivis, her role is to advise clients on how they can save time and hassle when it comes to finding and managing grants through their grant management systems.
In our last blog discussing indirect costs, we focused on the top FAQs that come up for grants administrators and public servants in general. One thing that we didn’t cover, however, is distinguishing between your cost allocation plans vs. your indirect cost proposals.
In last week’s blog, we covered three ways to survive the next fiscal year. The common denominator? Indirect costs. And while many organizational or grant leaders may wonder what these have to do with maximizing funding, the reality is indirect costs already exist and you cannot operate without them.