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On behalf of George Washington University, NGMA, and REI Systems we are requesting your participation in this year’s Annual Grants Management survey.
REI Systems is pleased to announce a partnership with the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE). SCDE oversees K-12 public education in South Carolina, with a mission to provide leadership and support so that all students graduate prepared for success.
The Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS) manages all 13 public two-year institutions in the State of Louisiana. To fund the operations and program-specific elements of these institutions, LCTCS manages grant programs, including the Adult Education and the Perkins Technical and Vocational programs.
The Dual Role of State and Local Governments: Grantee and Grantor State and Local Governments act as both grantees and grantors of funds – this ...
The DC DoH is responsible for compliance with all federal and DC government laws, regulations, and mandates for receiving funds, spending them appropriately, and adhering to standards for delivering services. The agency found that managing of public funds using a web of homegrown systems, myriad spreadsheets, and countless folders was incredibly challenging. To help the DC DoH operate more efficiently, REI was tasked with developing an enterprise-level system used by multiple components, which led to greater economies of scale, enhanced coordination, increased standardization, and the ability to holistically manage risk across grant programs.