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Overview

Since 2000, eCivis has been the most trusted and widely used SaaS grant management system by state, local, and tribal governments. eCivis helps thousands of government agencies maximize their grant revenues, track their financial and program performance, prepare cost allocation plans and budgets, and access free open data tools to make sense of federal data.

Blogs

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COVID-19 Funding: Top FAQs for State and Local Governments

While we promised a 2-part blog series on coronavirus, it’s clear that the spread as well as impacts of the disease are not slowing down anytime soon. As state and local governments try to make sense of all the policy and funding packages in the news cycle, we wanted to continue sharing resources and best practices to implement such funding and deliver aid to communities as quickly as possible. Click Here to Read More...

 

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3 Ways Governments Can Prepare for Coronavirus

While grant funding is more abundant during this public health crisis, knowing how to actually apply for and leverage those funds is another matter. That’s why for state and local governments, it’s important to stay on top of the resources available and implement an action plan to diminish the spread of the virus–both in communities and among staff. Click Here to Read More...

 

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How Governments Can Access Grants to Fight Coronavirus

If we think about it, state and local governments are “the backbone of our public health system.” That’s how HHS Secretary, Alex Azar, put it in a recent funding announcement. This means states and local jurisdictions as well as tribal governments are on the frontlines when it comes to dealing with this global pandemic: Coronavirus or COVID-19. Click Here to Read More...

 

 

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eCivis Has a Fresh New Look

If you’ve been to our homepage (or anywhere on our website) recently, you may have noticed something different. That’s because eCivis has just launched an exciting brand refresh with bolder colors, updates to our website, and a new logo! Why the blue and purple haze, you ask? And no, it’s not because we were feeling Jimi Hendrix vibes. Click Here to Read More...

 

 

 

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From Bankruptcy to Building Systems That Last Into the Future - Detroit's Comeback

Detroit filed for bankruptcy, providing them with a chance to restructure its debt and to find a sustainable path forward. A Financial Stability Agreement was signed to support the integration of budgeting, accounting, and financial reporting systems, as well as the implementation of a new grants management system. Click Here to Read More...

 

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How Will the GREAT Act Affect Your Grant Reporting?

The Grant Reporting Efficiency and Agreements Transparency (GREAT) Act, is a new law signed on Dec 30, 2019, that transforms federal grant reporting by directing federal agencies to modernize and improve grantee reporting. Federal agencies have three years to update their data collection systems used to manage critical information about grantee performance and reporting for recipients of over $700B in annual finance assistance.  Click Here to Read More...

 

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Changes from DUNS Number to Unique Entity ID

2020 will bring several changes to the grant world. A notable change required for receiving federal funding includes replacing the Dun & Bradstreet DUNS number with a new Unique Entity ID (UEI). The UEI will be a 12-character, alphanumeric value. Click Here to Read More...

 

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Pima County, AZ - FEMA Might Reconsider Indirect Expenses

May 2019, Pima County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 to accept Operation Stonegarden grant funding, which provides federal dollars to the Sheriff's Department to reimburse the county for expenses related to border crime. Click Here to Read More...

 

COVID-19 Resources

Resource Hub

 

With new COVID-19 funding packages, there's over $150 billion for state and local governments on the line.

We know that due to the coronavirus pandemic, state, local, and tribal governments face more uncertainty and pressure than ever trying to navigate those funds and deliver aid to their communities as quickly as possible.

Check out our collection of resources

Blogs

 

COVID-19 Funding: Top FAQs for State and Local Governments

While we promised a 2-part blog series on coronavirus, it’s clear that the spread, as well as impacts of the disease, are not slowing down anytime soon. As state and local governments try to make sense of all the policy and funding packages in the news cycle, we wanted to continue sharing resources and best practices to implement such funding and deliver aid to communities as quickly as possible. Click Here to Read More...

How Governments Can Access Grants to Fight Coronavirus

While grant funding is more abundant during this public health crisis, knowing how to actually apply for and leverage those funds is another matter. That’s why for state and local governments, it’s important to stay on top of the resources available and implement an action plan to diminish the spread of the virus–both in communities and among staff. Click Here to Read More...

3 Ways Governments Can Prepare for Coronavirus

If we think about it, state and local governments are “the backbone of our public health system.” That’s how HHS Secretary, Alex Azar, put it in a recent funding announcement. This means states and local jurisdictions as well as tribal governments are on the frontlines when it comes to dealing with this global pandemic: Coronavirus or COVID-19. Click Here to Read More...

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