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A Whole New World: OMB Publishes New Grants Reform Guidance

Just like Aladdin and Jasmine sang in the Disney movie “Aladdin,” it’s “A Whole New World.” The Office of Management and Budget officially published the “Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards” in today’s Federal Register.

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A Birthday and a Proposal — Wow, What a Day!

Well, folks, we in the Thompson grants group are all atwitter (or as amped up as you can be in at a relatively quiet publishing company) today because we are marking not one, but two special occasions.

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The Time Is Now to Let Your Voice Be Heard!

It’s real simple — after reading this blog post, go directly to this link in today’s Federal Register and prepare to submit your comments on the Office of Management and Budget’s newly proposed guidance that could drastically change current grants…

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Stop the Presses!

Here’s the big juicy news we’ve been waiting for! Hold on to your hat because the Office of Management and Budget is considering some major revisions that could truly shake up the traditional order of business for grants management and…

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How To Take a Trip Without Going for a Ride

As this post is published, I will be on vacation relaxing on a beach, soaking in the warm sun and trying to escape reality. Trying to forget the day-to-day responsibilities is one of the joys of traveling. However, when it…

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The SNS Debate, Part Deux: Compliance vs. Kids

(This post was written by Andrew Brownstein, one of Thompson’s federal education policy editors, and originally appeared on Title I-Derland, Thompson’s blog on federal K-12 policy.) We know that Title I’s longstanding supplement-not-supplant (SNS) provision is good for auditors, monitors,…

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SNS: Ready for Prime Time

(This post was written by Andrew Brownstein, one of Thompson’s federal education policy editors, and originally appeared on Title I-Derland, Thompson’s blog on federal K-12 policy.) When it comes to “supplanting,” the problem is that states and districts are required…

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