Government-Nonprofit Contracting


Concern from comptroller over late contracts with non-profits

Chief Executive Officer of the New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc., Doug Sauer, echoes DiNapoli, saying non-profits who have contracts with state agencies were already being squeezed.

Tags: New York, Government-Nonprofit Contracting

Panel: CT could reap big savings with more competitive bidding

"Leaders of nonprofits run tight ships,” said Gian-Carl Casa, president and CEO of the state’s largest coalition of nonprofit social service groups, the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance. “It’s well-established that providing services through...

Tags: Government-Nonprofit Contracting, Connecticut

Voluntary Generosity Is Not Enough

Since the founding of our country nonprofits have been a key partner to government as a mechanism for carrying out government responsibilities and obligations in a more efficient, community-centric way.

Tags: Montana, Government-Nonprofit Contracting, State Budgets

Catholic Charities of Omaha hopes to end all government contracts by 2018

Tags: Nebraska, Government-Nonprofit Contracting

Mandatory wage hikes pinch nonprofits

Most community-based nonprofits are locked into federal, state and local contracts that will not honor the increased employee costs that the wage increase brings, meaning that nonprofits would have to use or raise charitable dollars to subsidize...

Tags: New York, Government-Nonprofit Contracting, Minimum Wage

Statement on Action by LA County Board of Supervisors to Pay Nonprofits Their Full Costs

Tim Delaney, President and CEO of the National Council of Nonprofits, made the following statement regarding the November 3rd passage of an LA County Board of Supervisors motion to improve communities by paying reasonable costs for...

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Tags: Full Costs, Government-Nonprofit Contracting, OMB Uniform Guidance
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