There are a number of different ways that centers are funded through their states or through other federal funds. Some states provide state general funds. This usually requires the passage of a bill or something in the state budget designated
Lobbying — You can, but not with federal dollars!
Our primary funder, Heath and Human Services, addresses lobbying on their website: The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) fully supports federal restrictions on lobbying using federal funds by HHS grant recipients. In general, recipients of federal funds are
Even though you have already submitted your SF 425…you need to know
We received a little more information on the SF-425 – direct from the grants management team at ACL/ILA – that may be useful for financial personnel who complete these things. TImelines, reconciliation, indirect costs and project periods are addressed. Annual
What do the new indicators say about open meetings for SILC?
Because the Statewide Independent Living Council is crafted out of the Rehabilitation Act’s Purpose, let’s look at those words: 45 CFR 1329.2 Purpose. The purpose of title VII of the Act is to promote a philosophy of independent living (IL),
Help! Our Center is in a rut!
Request: Our Center is in a rut. We need some ideas to energize our future. As you know, our CIL has been stuck in a rut for quite a few years and we are trying to shake things up and