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eCivis, Government, Grants
Why Excel Is No Longer Sustainable for
Government Grants Management
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
2:00pm ET; 11:00am PT
60 minutes
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Earn 1 CPE credit!

2020 drove home the need for grant modernization in a new and urgent way. As governments learned, managing grants through spreadsheets, legacy systems, and paper-based processes was implausible with the pandemic forcing many agencies to move their workforces online. As future emergencies arise that stress the system, managing grants through these paper-based processes is no longer sustainable, leading to more human error, single audit findings, and costs down the road. 

Join our complimentary webinar to hear eCivis’ Certified Grant Management Specialists discuss how grant departments and teams can move away from legacy processes and modernize grants management to improve community transparency, accountability, efficiency, and community impact – equipping teams for today’s crises and long-term economic recovery.

Specifically, attendees will learn:

  • The top pain points of managing grants through Excel and paper-based processes
  • Best practices to standardize grants management, set up internal controls, and modernize for the future
  • Government success stories of grants management modernization and economic recovery

Register now to take the first steps towards modernizing your grants management!

Garrett Smith

We are pleased to offer continuing professional education (CPE) credits to those that attend the event. For more information on the CPE credits we are offering, our CPE sponsor (NASBA), and the submission process, please click here.
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