Definitions for "Grants"
Money typically given to a college or university by the state and/or federal government. Eligible students receive grant awards from the colleges they attend. Grants do not have to be repaid. Grants provided through California and the U.S. government include, but are not limited to: Cal Grant A , Cal Grant B , Cal Grant C, Federal Pell Grant and Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant.
A federal financial assistance award making payment in cash or in kind for a specified purpose. The federal government is not expected to have substantial involvement with the state or local government or other recipient while the contemplated activity is being performed. The term "grants-in-aid" is commonly restricted to grants to states and local governments. (BTS3)
all non-repayable transfers received from other levels of government or from private individuals, or institutions including reparations and gifts given for particular projects or programs, or for general budget support.
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Grants programs include formula grants and project grants, and generally represents obligated funds. Formula grants are allocations of money to states or their subdivisions according to a distribution formula prescribed by law or regulation, for continuing activities not confined to a specific program. Project grants are funding for fixed periods of specific projects or the delivery of specific services or products without liability for damages for failure to perform. Relevant Dataset Federal Expenditures Data (U.S. Census Bureau)
a giant misunderstanding, albeit an intentional political one
Biodiversity Field Trip - Schoolyard Habitat Action
The forest Service transfers money, property, services, or anything of value to a recipient to support or stimulate research activities that benefit the public. Grants do not require substantial Forest Service invlovement.
money paid to an industry towards the cost of new machinery, training etc. These are given in Development Areas to attract new industry.
a good example of knowledge management in the subregion, since it aims at identifying cross-cutting lessons from past research to assist in the design of future programmes
Keywords:  violation, rules, agency
a violation of the agency's rules
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Finding Grants
Is the process of initially selling or writing an option.