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Grant Writing Confidential

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Jake Selinger

This very helpful blog is by Jake Seliger, a veteran of the grant writing scene. Keep up and improve your gran [Read More]

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They only see the final proposal: Make sure you submit something to funders
This may seem obvious, but bear with me: Funders only see the final proposal you submit. They don't see how hard you may have worked, the number of drafts you've completed, or how much you may have fought with your colleagues during drafting. Even if...
Grant Writing Confidential
Saturday, August 20, 2016


DOL's "America's Promise Job Driven Grant Program" Shows The Transition from Green Jobs to H-1B Jobs
I'm writing a Department of Labor (DOL) America's Promise Job Driven Grant Program proposal this weekend. There's nothing remarkable about that, except that a close reading of the RFP reveals that the DOL has completely abandoned their interest in "g...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, July 31, 2016


Links: Urban sustainability, prisoner reentry, the "Big Bootie" problem, teens are becoming more boring, tax-increment financing, and more!
* "My four months as a private prison guard," which should make you even more skeptical of the prison-industrial complex than you already should be. Remember this if you're working on a prisoner reentry proposal. * "The End of Reflection"? Note that ...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, July 24, 2016


Grant Proposal Staffing Plans: Payroll Titles vs Proposal Titles vs Real-World Duties
We've written about proposal staffing plans before, but staffing plans seem to confuse many of our clients and, presumably, many others. As we've explained previously, staffing plans are intertwined with other proposal elements (e.g., project descrip...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, July 17, 2016


It's possible to get re-programmed funds, if you're tight with your federal agency program officer
In 2010 Isaac wrote "Be Nice to Your Program Officer: Reprogrammed / Unobligated Federal Funds Mean Christmas May Come Early and Often This Year," and that post is important for the context of this story. We've written several funded grants for the s...
Grant Writing Confidential
Tuesday, July 5, 2016


Sometimes a call will get you the data you need
This weekend I was working on a proposal that requires California education data. The California Department of Education has a decent data engine at the aptly-named DataQuest, so I was able to look the data upóbut the data didn't really make sense. O...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, June 20, 2016


Links: Consistently good news on energy, trains, LAUSD, jeans, colleges, "polyvictimization," employers, and more!
* “Clean-Energy Jobs Surpass Oil Drilling for First Time in U.S;” this is important for anyone running a job training or workforce development program. * “One Regulation Is Painless. A Million of Them Hurt.” For us, attempting...
Grant Writing Confidential
Friday, June 3, 2016


First HRSA, Now DOL: Simpler Forms and Reasonable Templates in the FY '16 YouthBuild FOA
A few weeks ago we noticed that “HRSA made it harder for NAP applicants to shoot themselves in the foot;” now it appears that DOL is getting in the game. In this year’s YouthBuild SGA, DOL includes a form called “WORKSHEET_wei...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, May 29, 2016


More on Federally Approved Indirect Cost Rates in Developing Federal Grant Proposal Budgets: De Minimus has Arrived
We’ve written about federally approved indirect cost rates before in developing federal grant proposal budgets; I thought there was nothing more to say of this bit of grant writing arcana, but I was wrong. In general, indirect costs are an aggl...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, May 16, 2016


HRSA makes it harder for NAP applicants to shoot themselves in the foot
Many of you are working on HRSA New Access Points (NAP) applications, and this year HRSA made a revealing change on page 3 of the FOA: Form 2: Staffing Profile will no longer collect salary or federal funding data to reduce duplication with the Budge...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, May 8, 2016



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