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Writing Subgrant Agreements


Gain knowledge to better understand the processes and rules to put forth a confident subgrant agreement that is compliant with the federal award agreement.

Once awarded, many grantees are lacking the understanding of crafting a subaward agreement. Often times grantees do not have an expert in federal award subagreements and do not input the required elements of a subaward agreement. This can cause problems when managing a subawardee. This information will help those responsible for writing subgrant agreements to understand the rules applicable to subawards, the elements within a subgrant agreement and then how to manage subgrantees. The information will also explain the difference between the subrecepient and a contractor. This topic is critical for grantees so they can ensure the subaward agreement meets the requirements of the federal award agreement.

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Bonnie Houk, GPC

Southeast Kansas Education Service Center - Greenbush

  • Director of Grants Management, Southeast Kansas Education Service Center
  • Has served as director since January 1999 and has been instrumental in the awarding of 262 proposals totaling more than $74 million for school districts, community organizations, and foundations
  • Duties include researching potential funding sources, developing and writing grant proposals, budgets, and logic models; in addition, she collaborates with service center staff and school districts to develop key sections of grant proposals
  • Also serves as the lead evaluator for multiple state and federally funded projects
  • Masters of Arts in history, B.A. degree in political science; both from Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas; earned her National Grant Professional Certification (GPC) from the Grant Professional Certification Institute (GPCI)
  • Member of the Grant Professionals Association (GPA) and the American Evaluation Association (AEA)
  • Served as the Chair of the GPA Ethics Committee January 2010-December 2012 and was elected to the GPCI board of directors in September 2011 and currently serves as the president of the board; also currently serving as treasurer for the Kansas Association for Gifted, Talented and Creative
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