I recently spent some time working on a federal grant proposal that obviously could not be completed by one person in a four-week time period. I was reminded once again of the complexities of federal grants, and why it's important to leave plenty of time to work on a proposal.

Here are some time-saving suggestions if you find yourself faced with a complex grant application process and only a few short weeks to apply:

1. Do you have a project idea that fits in with the goals of the grant program, and does it match what the agency wants to fund? If not,


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