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Grant terminology, Part 2; New resource for getting started | August 28, 2013

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 Dear PoliceGrantsHelp Member,

With September fast approaching so comes the end of the Federal fiscal year. This means that if your department applied for a federal grant this past spring you should be receiving a notice of funding or turndown by September 30th . If you haven’t received a notice or are wondering where your application is at in review, we recommend reaching out to the grant making agency you submitted your application to.

In this month's eNews, Linda Gilbertson follows up her first grant terminology column with another, to further furnish your grant application vocabulary. 

And Denise Schlegel offers up a review on the new OJP diagnostic E21, which is a great resource to help you get started with your grant application. 

As always the team is here to answer your questions and support your projects, let us know how we can help!

The PGH Team

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Grant terminology, part 2

By Linda Gilbertson
Understanding the various terms that apply to grants is an important part of not only putting together a successful grant application, but is also vital to properly managing the grant you are awarded. Educate yourself
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OJP programs Diagnostic Center 'E21'

By Denise Schlegel
This is one of the best resources available to begin to plan, assess, develop and create a sound and fundable grant application. And it's user friendly!

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