获得政府补助的组织受到严格的政府监督,并且必须在项目期间和补助金的资助期内满足详细的政府绩效标准。通过年度联邦预算程序,国会通过法律赚钱 – 其中很多 – 可供各政府机构用于开展旨在帮助某些公众部门的重大项目。这些项目可能由各机构,国会议员,总统,州,城市或公众成员提出。但是,最终,国会决定哪些项目可以获得多长时间的金额。到目前为止,大多数政府拨款都申请并授予其他政府机构,州,城市,学院和大学以及研究机构。很少有人拥有为联邦拨款准备足够申请所需的资金或专业知识。事实上,最活跃的资助者,雇用全职员工除了申请和管理联邦拨款外什么都不做。显而易见的事实是,随着联邦资金削减和拨款竞争变得更加激烈,寻求联邦拨款总是需要大量时间,并且可能需要大量资金而不能保证成功。所有项目支出必须严格核算,并且政府至少每年进行一次详细的审核。必须花费所有授予的资金。没有花的钱可以追溯到财政部。必须严格按照拨款申请中的规定制定,批准和执行详细的计划目标。任何项目变更必须得到政府的批准。所有项目阶段必须按时完成。当然,项目必须以明显的成功完成。如果赠款接受者未能按照补助金的要求履行义务,则可能导致在不当使用或盗窃公共资金的情况下,从经济制裁到监狱的处罚。一旦联邦预算获得批准,拨款项目的资金就开始可用,并在全年的“联邦公报”中“公布”。有关所有联邦拨款的官方访问点是Grants.gov网站。政府补助的错觉在某种程度上“欠纳税人”并因此可以“免费”获得,这不可避免地导致了许多危险的赠款骗局。考虑以下提议。如此引人注目!但是,正如联邦贸易委员会(FTC),该国的消费者保护机构所警告的那样,这笔钱无所不能“赠款提供几乎总是骗局。 “因为您按时缴纳所得税,所以您获得了12,500美元的免费政府补助金!要获得您的资助,只需向我们提供您的支票帐户信息,我们就会将补助金直接存入您的银行帐户!“

澳大利亚国立大学经济学论文代写:政府补助

Organizations that get government grants are subject to strict government oversight and must meet detailed government performance standards during the duration of the project and funding period of the grant. Through the annual federal budget process, Congress passes laws making money — lots of it — available to the various government agencies for doing major projects designed to assist some sector of the public. The projects may be suggested by the agencies, members of Congress, the president, states, cities, or members of the public. But, in the end, Congress decides which programs get how much money for how long. By far, most government grants are applied for and awarded to other government agencies, states, cities, colleges and universities, and research organizations. Few individuals have the money or expertise necessary to prepare adequate applications for federal grants. Most active grant-seekers, in fact, employ full time staffs to do nothing but apply for and administer federal grants. The plain truth is that with federal funding cutbacks and competition for grants becoming more intense, seeking a federal grant always requires a lot of time and potentially a lot of money up front with no guarantee of success. All project expenditures must be strictly accounted for and detailed audits are conducted by the government at least annually. All granted funds must be spent. Any money not spent goes back to the Treasury. Detailed program goals must be developed, approved and carried out exactly as specified in the grant application. Any project changes must be approved by the government. All project phases must be completed on time. And, of course, the project must be completed with demonstrable success. Failure on the part of the grant recipient to perform under the requirements of the grant can result in penalties ranging from economic sanctions to prison in cases of improper use or theft of public funds. Once the federal budget is approved, funds for the grant projects start to become available and are “announced” in the Federal Register throughout the year. The official access point for information on all federal grants is the Grants.gov website. The illusion that government grants are somehow “owed” to taxpayers and are thus available for “free” has inevitably led to numerous dangerous grant-getting scams. Consider the following offer. So compelling! But as the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency warns, such money for nothing” grant offers are almost always scams. “Because you pay your income taxes on time, you have been awarded a free $12,500 government grant! To get your grant, simply give us your checking account information, and we will direct-deposit the grant into your bank account!”

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