The fed. govAit. uses a variety of funding mechanisms to achieve nat. priorities through partnerships with nonprofit org. (NO), and the relationships are sometimes complex and multidirectional. NO receive fed. grant and contract funds both directly and through other entities, such as states, for performing activities or providing services to particular beneficiaries. Factors contributing to data limitations include the nonprofit status of recipients being self-reported and no consistent definition of nonprofit across data systems. Accurately determining the extent of fed. funds reaching the sector is not possible, leaving policy makers without a clear understanding of the extent of funding to, and importance of, key partners in delivering fed. programs and servicesWe provided a draft of this report to OMB and the Departments of Agriculture, Education, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, and Labor. ... of validating the Internal Revenue Service tax-exempt status of nonprofit recipients at the prime level and at lower tiers. ... the prime award recipients would have to require that those receiving subawards at every award tier register in CCRanbsp;...
|Author||:||Stanley J. Czerwinski|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2009-06-01|