Are you taking advantage of one of the federal government's greatest resources?
Learn how, with this special audio conference from CD Publications!
The Federal Freedom of Information Act is designed to provide the public greater access to government information. What does this mean for you? It means (among other things) that you have access to copies of winning grant applications directly from the federal government - if you know how to get them.
We're here to help! Frank Klimko, the editor of CD Publications' Aid For Education Report, has been using FoIAs for over twenty years-and now he's going to put his experience and knowledge to work for you in this special audio conference! He'll tackle your pressingquestions on issues including:
- Writing your FoIA request
- Knowing what you can and can't get
- Getting information at a lower price
- Knowing how long to wait for a reply
- Getting around agency rejections
- ...and more!
The best way to learn how to secure more funding for your organization is to see examples of proposals that have won. Getting them is much easier than you may think! The federal Freedom of Information Act is a valuable tool for grantseekers. Make sure you know what information is at your fingertips-and how to get it-by attending this audio conference!
For just one low price--far less costly and time-consuming than a live presentation--you can gather your staff together to listen and later discuss how to apply what you hear to your own efforts.