The Federal and State Grants Unit (FSGU) oversees the federal and state assistance programs that the Authority administers, including 10 federal initiatives (the Byrne Memorial Fund, the Victims of Crime Act, the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, the Violence Against Women Act, etc.) and the Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act. FSGU is responsible for developing program strategies, recommending programs to be funded, and monitoring all awards.
For more information about ICJIA administered grant programs, please call the Authority, 312-793-8550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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As a condition of the receipt of federal grant funding through the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJIA), ICJIA grantees must comply with civil rights laws and regulations that prohibit discrimination. The following sections provide information and links to websites that will be helpful to ICJIA grantees in complying with these civil rights requirements.
ICJIA's Federal Grant Financial Guidelines are now available on line. These guidelines are prepared to assist recipients of federal grant funds from the Authority administer their programs consistent with federal laws and regulations, state laws and the Authority's policies.
As a grantmaking agency, the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority regularly receives and reviews program descriptions and budgets. Sometimes these are wonderful - we know what is wanted and why, and what results to expect if federal funds are awarded. Too often, however, the writer misses the mark - even though the problem he or she hopes to address is important. If you've been asked to prepare a grant proposal and don't know where to begin, or if you're looking for a quick refresher, this booklet is for you. It is not definitive, but it does describe the basics of a grant proposal and how to go about putting it together.