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Creating a grants timeline; Assessing 2015 needs

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 Dear PoliceGrantsHelp Member,

If you haven’t noticed, we are getting into our busy season for law enforcement grants – make sure you reach out to the PGH team if you or your department need help with a specific grant!

In this month's eNews, Linda Gilbertson walks us through creating a timeline for your grants-funded project. Check out what you'll need to include and how to best present it.

And Denise Schlegel reminds us that the U.S. DOJ has already posted its 2015 Budget Request — now it's time for you to start thinking about what your department will need in the coming year. 

The PoliceGrantsHelp Team

Grant Application First Aid Kit

Developing a timeline for a grant-funded project

By Linda Gilbertson
Creating a timeline is a necessity for many grant applications. Here's what you'll need to show and include, along with the best ways to present your timeline. 10 steps
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Time to assess 2015 funding needs

By Denise Schlegel
The US Department of Justice has posted its FY2015 Budget Request; now is the time to assess what your funding needs will be in 2015. What do you think you'll need?
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