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Is the AICPA Pulling the Federal Government’s Strings?

It’s another case of curious timing.

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Clang Clang: High Demand for High-Speed Rail Funds

Looks like Florida was in the minority in its rejection of high-speed rail funds earlier this year. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood issued a statement yesterday saying that the Department of Transportation had received more than 90 applications for the orphaned…

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Howdy!

I wanted to take a minute to welcome all of our new readers. If it has anything to do with grants and funding, we’re writing about it here. From project planning, grantseeking and proposal writing to managing awards, ensuring compliance,…

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U.S. Public Against Education Cuts?

(This post was written by Travis Hicks, one of Thompson’s federal education policy editors, and originally appeared on Title I-Derland, Thompson’s blog on federal K-12 policy.) As Republicans and Democrats continue to duke it out over the budget for fiscal…

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Our 7 Most Popular Posts, and If I Ran the Blog

Since we in the grants world understand the importance of quantifiable progress measures (although I’ll have some questions for you about that in an upcoming post), I wanted to share a couple of ours.

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How Can You Comment on a Post? Tips Here!

Technical difficulties, anyone?  We’ve heard from a number of you that the “register to comment” feature is a bit confusing.  We’ve passed the feedback on to our tech team, and we hope to have a more straightforward process soon. We…

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