Upcoming Changes to Grants.gov Submission Process and Email Notifications

November 20, 2017
Informational

Grants.gov , the major online system for finding and applying for federal grant opportunities, recently made changes to its email notifications system and will be making additional changes to its application submission process next month. As of December 31, 2017, Grants.gov will no longer be using the legacy PDF package for submission of grant applications . Submissions to Grants.gov will now be done through Workspace, “ an online environment optimized for applicants who are collaborating on an application. ” Workspace was launched in October 2015 and has been available for applicants to use for submission since early… Read More →


Richmond Police Department Receives Two Department of Justice Grants

November 9, 2015
Funding Research and Grant Proposal Development
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The Richmond Police Department has won two highly competitive grant awards from the Department of Justice, one to provide additional body-worn cameras to Richmond police officers, and another for the hiring of five additional officers for the department. U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, the first African-American woman to hold the post, recently visited Richmond on her national tour aimed at highlighting positive police practices and restoring trust of law enforcement… Read More →


West County Health Centers Receives a New Access Point Grant

August 14, 2015
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Mary Szecsey, Executive Director of West County Health Centers (WCHC), has announced the receipt of a U. S. Department of Health Services grant to provide comprehensive primary care, mental health services, dental care, and access to drug and alcohol treatment for homeless people living in the lower Russian River area. The area has no permanent homeless shelters and a significant homeless population. The new permanent health clinic in the Guerneville… Read More →


Upcoming Changes at GPG

July 2, 2015
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We are very excited to announce that our current President and Founder, Glen Price, has been named as Chief Deputy Superintendent of the California Department of Education (CDE) along with Michelle Zumot. You can read more about Superintendent Torlakson’s new leadership in the CDE News Release . In July 2015 Glen will be resigning as President of GPG. This move will ensure that GPG can continue to support our clients without any conflict… Read More →


State Superintendent Torlakson Invites California District-Union Teams to Participate in a Labor-Management Symposium

February 24, 2015
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State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today invited school district-union teams from throughout California to participate in the first California Labor-Management Initiative Symposium (CA LMI), an event focused on improving students’ education through labor-management partnerships. The symposium will take place May 8-9 at the Handlery Hotel in San Diego. Read the full media announcement from the Californians Dedicated to Education Foundation View details about the Symposium Learn more about the California Labor Management Initiative