Funding and Grants Process
How to Get and Manage Funds
PCCD announces all funding opportunities on this webpage and you can subscribe to receive email notifications when these opportunities are available. Unsolicited applications are not accepted. Most funding opportunities are competitive, with agencies selected based on the merits of their submission. Both you and your agency must be registered with the PCCD s system to apply for and manage grants. Register for funding announcement notifications.
Applying for PCCD funding through Egrants is not difficult, but does require registering and establishing security roles. Allow enough lead time before applying for funds to process the necessary forms. Learn how to get and manage funds.
Competitive Grant Process
For a general overview of the standardized process PCCD follows when issuing, reviewing and awarding competitive grants to applicants. Learn an overiew of the Competitive Grant Process.
Federal Application Requirements
All potential agency applicants and sub-recipients for federal funding must have a DUNS number (a unique, nine-digit identification number for each physical location of your business) and be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM, formerly CCR). Learn the grants process for federal applicants.
We have answers to some of the more common questions about grants.
Accountability is important when managing grant funds. Learn more about Fiscal Accountability.
Time and Effort Reports
Time sheets provide PCCD and grantees a record of accountability through efficient monitoring and validation of actual time spent on projects. Learn more about Time and Effort Reports.
For many grants, training is required, much of it online, to ensure that everyone understands the purpose and procedures associated with the funding. Learn more about Grants Training.
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Grant Procedures and Forms
PCCD administers a number of state and federal funding streams that are awarded either competitively
or through formula allocation. Monitoring and sub grantee reporting requirements are specific to the