Grants Management Resources
The following links contain information to assist you as you implement, manage and close out your grant-funded projects.
Managing Grant Funds
This guide provides helpful suggestions to help you manage grant funds more effectively and efficiently.
Guide to Managing Grant Funds
Forms and Reference Guides
Fund 13 Budget Forms and Quick Reference Guides
Time and Effort Report Form for 100 Percent Commitment to One Grant (MS Word - 71KB)
Time and Effort Report Form for Salary Split Between Grant and Institutional/Matching (MS Word - 96.5KB)
Chart of Accounts
Employer Identification Number (EIN) and Federal School Codes (FIC)
D & B D-U-N-S Number
Board of Trustees Meeting Agendas
Certificate of Insurance
Policy and Procedures (intranet)
Standard Compliance Regulations
Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR)
Financial Manual for Grants and Contracts (FMGC)
Indirect Cost (IDC) Rates
|Indirect Cost (IDC) Rates
|09/01/10 – 08/31/14
|09/01/10 – 08/31/14
The maximum IDC rate for programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education is 8%
Source: Dallas County Community College District Office of Business Affairs
A-133 Supplemental Financial and Compliance Audit Report
To obtain a copy of the A-133 audit report, please call or mail a written request to:
Dallas County Community College District
Office of Business Affairs
District Service Center
4343 N. Highway 67
Mesquite, TX 75150
Introduction to Grants Management and Compliance
Understand Federal compliance regulations, definitions, and agencies. Review common compliance challenges and audit findings, as well as your responsibilities as a grantee.
Reporting, Recordkeeping, and Closeout
Review programmatic and financial reports and how they should be prepared and submitted; including Tiem and Effort, Closeout, Equipment and Supply Disposition, and record retention guidelines.
Decision Making: Weighing Grant Risk
Understand risk as it applies to grant management and compliance. Explore common risks associated with managing grants and analyze the degree of risk built into a funded grant application.
Prime Recipients and Subrecipients: Making a Positive Impression
This presentation explains the difference between a subrecipient, a vendor, and a consultant, and how each can affect your projects success. Explore the characteristics and benefits of a strong monitoring system, and effective data collection and analysis.
Grants Management: The Zen of Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Recovery
A practical discussion on the challenges of grants management, and what steps and best practices can be followed to manage and control your project through to completion.