Federal & Foundation Assistance Monitor

Mississippi

(HHS) Agency Wants Broader Grant Application Requirements

(Comment Deadline: Sept. 12) The Health & Human Services Dept. (HHS) wants to expand the type of information that applicants for discretionary grants programs are required to provide to be eligible for funding competitions.   Specifically, HHS wants applicants to provide total budget ...

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(K-12 EDUCATION) $17.5M in Impact Aid Construction Grants Offered

    Agency: Education Dept. (Office of Elementary and Secondary Education); Program: Impact Aid Discretionary Construction Grant Program (CFDA Number: 84.041C); Eligibility: Federally impacted school districts; Funding: $17.5 million for 10 awards of up to $5 million each; Deadli...

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(HEALTH IT) Recovery Act Funds Expand Electronic Health Records

As the Health & Human Services Dept. (HHS) dedicates nearly $30 million in American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (PL 111-5) funding to community health systems across the country, one grantee details how his facilities will use the funds to save money and improve patient care.\r\nThe grants, ...

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(FAMILIES) ACF Proposes TANF Reporting Changes Under Recovery Act

In response to Recovery Act mandates, the Health & Human Services Dept.'s Administration for Children and Families (ACF) is proposing a modification of the financial reporting forms used by Tribal TANF grant recipients. \r\nDeadline for comment: July 26.\r\nTribes use Form ACF-196T to report exp...

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HHS Readies for Ike

As Hurricane Ike reels toward the Gulf Coast, the federal Health & Human Services Dept. (HHS) sends about 1,600 agency personnel to the region to address the physical and mental health needs of those potentially impacted. Nearly 1 million people along the Texas coast have been ordered to evacua...

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Funding Increases of $170 M Slated for Historically Black Colleges and Universities

 Historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) across the country will begin to receive record increases in new federal funding today, to be applied for the coming school year, lawmakers said. The funding, part of the College Cost Reduction and Access Act that was passed last year, will...

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