Strings attached to Federal Grants should lift you up, not tie you down.
Our Federal Grants group serves all federal grantees, from non-profit organizations and state and local governments to colleges and universities and for-profit organizations.
Whether guiding a potential grantee through the application process for a new grant award or defending an existing grantee against an audit finding, all of our attorneys are dedicated to creating innovative solutions to allow our clients to continue their mission.
With decades of experience assisting Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) grantees, our attorneys provide counsel on all aspects of the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (“Uniform Guidance”) as implemented by HHS at 45 CFR Part 75, as well as the HHS Grants Policy Statement, National Institutes of Health (“NIH”) Grants Policy Statement, HHS Grants Policy Administration Manual, and all manner of program specific guidance implemented by individual HHS Operating Divisions.
In particular, our attorneys have experience with grants administered by HHS’s:
- Health Resources and Services Administration (“HRSA”),
- Community Health Center Program grants
- Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program grants, and
- Title X
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (“SAMHSA”),
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), and
- National Institutes of Health (“NIH”).
Additional information about FTLF’s Federal Grants Practice can be found here.