The AIGM's Knowledge Base and Resources Library continues to grow, with a number of new resources added over the past couple of months covering a range of grantmaking topics.
In addition, Kate Caldecott has examined how grantmakers can make program acquittals work for them.
Grants Management Intelligence
Our library of past editions of Grants Management Intelligence continues to grow.
We've added links to the first edition of GMI for 2016 - which contained the key findings from the 2015 Grants in Australia Survey.
We have also improved the indexing for other editions of GMI dating back to late 2014.
To access GMI back copies, visit the Tools and Resources section of the AIGM website and click on the "Reports" option in the top menu. You'll find past editions alongside previous Grants in Australia survey reports dating back to 2006, and AIGM Grantmaking Labs reports.
Want to improve your grantmaking? Then don't miss the June 2017 edition of Grants Management Intelligence.
The new Grants in Australia survey reveals plenty of things you can do right now to improve your grants process.
IN every survey we've ever done, grantseekers have said the most annoying thing about applications is a lack of, or poor, feedback from grantmakers.
At the Grantmaking in Australia 2017 conference, a hot-spot talk about core funding highlighted the lack of agreement about standards, or even what should be included in core costs.