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Federal Grant Practice, 2018 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: LegalWorks
Copyright: 2018
ISBN: 9780314899088
Service #: 40898773
Sub #: 40898774
Pages: 1800
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update method: No updating

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Federal Grant Practice is a comprehensive one-volume reference manual on federal grants. It provides explanations and advice on key aspects of grant management (including detailed coverage on contracting out grant dollars), all based on the requirements of OMB's Uniform Guidance, from the requirements for internal control to the conduct of Single Audit Act audits. It also contains a chapter on lessons learned from inadequate grant management and material from administrative decisions on disputes over grant management requirements.

In addition to these core aspects of grant practice, Federal Grant Practice addresses many topics associated with federal grants that are not typically included in grant publications. Contents include:

  • The constitutional and contract formation issues of federal grants
  • Ethics and transparency issues in federal grant practice
  • Selecting assistance or contract relationships
  • Selecting a grant or cooperative agreement
  • The notice of a grant opportunity, and practical advice and insight on applying for grants and evaluation of grant applications
  • Rights of nonselected applicants
  • Agency liability for grantee conduct
  • The rules of federal appropriations affecting grants
  • The principles used to interpret laws and grant awards
  • Federal agency and federal court disputes processes
  • Rights in intellectual property discovered with federal funding
  • Information release issues associated with grant records
  • Grant fraud and government legal responses
  • Suspension and debarment