CityNext_px150Microsoft CityNext empowers people—whether governments, citizens, or businesses—to transform their cities and their future. People-first means harnessing the potential of all city residents to create healthier, greener, and more prosperous communities. Through CityNext, people can take advantage of a broad portfolio of products and technologies, a global network of partners, and a long track-record of successful education and social programs.
cfo-logo_150pxThe Maine Technology Institute (MTI) is an industry-led, publicly-funded, nonprofit corporation that offers early-stage capital and commercialization assistance in the form of competitive grants, loans and equity investment for the research, development and application of technologies that create new products, processes and services, generating high-quality jobs across Maine.
GPAlogo_150pxGPA is the first organization focused solely on the advancement of grantsmanship as a profession and the support of its practitioners.
logo-nafoa_150pxThe Native American Finance Officers Association builds the financial strength of tribal governments and their enterprises by providing educational forums and resources, and by instilling finance and accounting best practices. NAFOA is a national not-for-profit organization with members in positions such as tribal finance officers, controllers, treasurers, accountants, auditors, financial advisors, tribal leaders, and more.
GrantStation_logo_150pxGrantStation provides access to a searchable database of private grantmakers that accept inquiries and proposals from a variety of organizations; federal deadlines; links to state funding agencies; and a growing database of international grantmakers. In addition, GrantStation publishes two newsletters highlighting upcoming funding opportunities, the weekly GrantStation Insider, which focuses on opportunities for U.S. nonprofit organizations, and the monthly GrantStation International Insider, which focuses on international funding opportunities.
logo-guidestar_150pxGuideStar gathers and disseminates information about every single IRS-registered nonprofit organization. They provide information about each nonprofit's mission, legitimacy, impact, reputation, finances, programs, transparency, governance, and so much more. was established, in 2002, as a part of the President's Management Agenda. Managed by the Department of Health and Human Services, is an E-Government initiative operating under the governance of the Office of Management and Budget.
USASpending_150pxUSAspending was first launched in December 2007 to provide information on how and where the Federal Government provides funds. Prime award information shown on the USASpending website is provided by Federal Agencies through four main source systems. receives and displays data pertaining to obligations (amounts awarded for federally sponsored projects during a given budget period), not outlays or expenditures (actual cash disbursements made against each project).
gao-logo_150pxAccording to the U.S. Government Accounting Office (GAO), the federal government spends $3.5 trillion annually, but data on this spending are often incomplete or have quality limitations. Effective implementation of the DATA Act would help address the federal government's persistent management and oversight challenges by providing for standardized, high-quality data.
cfo-logo_150pxThe Chief Financial Officer's Council was established pursuant to Chief Financial Officers (CFO) Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-576). It is an organization of the CFOs and Deputy CFOs of the largest Federal agencies, senior officials of the Office of Management and Budget, and the Department of the Treasury who work collaboratively to improve financial management in the U.S. Government.

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