Grant Management

IGH provides full-time onsite contractor support focused on the full range of post-award grants management functions.  Tasks include developing grant performance evaluation tools and applying those tools to analyze and document granteed performance related to Notices of Funding Availability and Terms and Conditions.  Additional services include the preparation of technical and policy reports which include recommendations for improving grant management protocols, processes, and general administration.  Our team has experience drafting and reviewing correspondence to internal and external stakeholders including grantees and government officials as well as designed and wrote significant sections of an office’s Front End Risk Assessment (FERA).  Protocol development focused on progressive consequences to structure, grant administrators approach to grants management using risk-based assessments.  Finally, onsite staff have written and revised several reports to Congress as well as helped to develop grant-monitoring protocols for desk reviews and grantee site visits. 

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New VA pilot will reunite military units for mental health support

2018-12-11

The program, dubbed Operation Resilience, will focus on troops who saw heavy casualties in combat or high-rates of suicide at home. Read More

US Navy, Missile Defense Agency shoot down an intermediate-range ballistic missile in space

2018-12-11

The test marked the second consecutive successful intercept for the SM-3 Block IIA missile in development. The intercept followed an October success, which shook off two hard-luck consecutive... Read More

Here’s what the Army is saying about its new electronic warfare solution

2018-12-11

The Army has received the results of the deployment of a capability that allows electronic warfare planning and management on the move and without network connection. Read More

Army seeks to take on adversaries before all-out conflict

2018-12-11

In order to be successful in the future against near peer adversaries, the U.S. must contest opponents in the competition phase below the threshold of armed conflict. Read More

Trump changes his mind again on military spending, now wants a big boost next year

2018-12-10

The president is expected this week to announce plans for $750 billion in fiscal 2020 military spending, a huge jump from previous targets. Read More

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