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October 9, 2013
Webinar Wed, Oct 30th: Special Cases in Proposal Development- Large-Scale, Multidisciplinary and/or Multi-Organizational Proposals
The third in our three-part series, this webinar will share strategies for guiding the development of complex proposals. Specifically focusing on large-scale, multi-disciplinary, and multi-organizational proposals, this webinar will share strategies for guiding the planning of proposals that involve significant numbers of people, capacities, and/or resources and require additional support in the proposal development process. This webinar will provide strategic support for the development and creation of proposals with additional challenging components as well as provide case studies of the management of multifaceted proposals.
October 9, 2013
The halt of our federal government earlier last week made its impact across all industries. Obamacare has again been pushed to the front of the Republican/Democratic debate again. Media focuses primarily on the political division and the impact of the shutdown on furloughed workers, Obamacare and the economy.
October 2, 2013
An emerging trend in the health care industry is an increasing demand for nurse-led research and for the grant money necessary to provide for such research. Numerous reasons are at play for such an increase in nurse-led research, most of which point to improving patient safety and patient satisfaction while cutting down on hospital errors and costs.
August 6, 2013
The second in our three-part series, this webinar will share grant writing tips, techniques, and seasoned advice from Hanover Research Grants Consultants. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of how to position programs for grant funding through well designed, well written, and highly competitive grant proposals.
May 21, 2013
On March 1st, 2013, the federal “sequestration” of automatic budget cuts officially took effect. In a recent New York Times article, Jeffrey D. Zients, President Obama’s OMB director, called the cuts “deeply destructive to national security, domestic investments and core government functions.”
March 12, 2013
Faith-based organizations’ (FBOs) spirituality is seen as their greatest strength for doing development work, but can also be an obstacle to winning federal grants that would financially support this work.
February 12, 2013
In a recent report, Hanover Research examined fundraising best practices for district education foundations.
December 14, 2012
In order to better understand how non-profit grantseekers can best position themselves to win a share of this U.S. foreign aid, Hanover Grants recently examined the relative use of contracts and grants in this sphere and the factors influencing USG’s choice to use one or the other.
October 23, 2012
The U.S. health sector has been undergoing a monumental paradigm shift from a fragmented, reactionary treatment of illness (fee-for-service) to a more holistic view of preventative care, wellness, and population health management (fee-for-performance).
September 15, 2012
Since social problems are rarely solved within the course of a grant cycle, collective impact is at the heart of effective grant-seeking practice. Cross-sector alignment with government, nonprofit, philanthropic, and corporate partners is a collaborative approach to improve our communities via shared agendas and measurements, common goals, and emerging evidence of best practices.