General Educational Resources

Federal Grants

When seeking, receiving, or using Federal funds, compliance with Federal laws and regulations applicable to Federal assistance may be required. These requirements are incorporated in the OMB A-133 Compliance Supplement, which can be found here from the US Office of Management and Budget (OMB).

OMB created fourteen basic and standard compliance requirements for which recipients must always comply with when receiving and using such Federal funds, and provides detailed information in the OMB A-133 Compliance Supplement about these requirements. The supplement, however, is only a guide to the hundreds of laws and regulations applicable to the specific type of assistance used by the recipient. The Funding Entity may also be able provide contract language, program manuals, or other information that can be used as a guide. For additional information please refer to the White House Office of Management and Budget Website here.

State Grants

Some state Grants may include Federal Funds on a pass through basis. These federal pass through funds would also be subject to Federal compliance laws.


 Pinal County Grants Training Program

Pinal County provides an annual Grants Training Workshop for County Departments. This date of this workshop will be announced here shortly.

The PowerPoint presentation for the Grants Training Workshop is available, click here.



National Association of Counties Grants Clearinghouse
The National Association of Counties (NACo) Grants Clearinghouse is described as a “one-stop shop for grant information, with enhanced searching features and up to date listings of federal, state, corporate and foundation grants available to counties and community-based organizations.” The NACo Grants Clearinghouse is free for NACo members. is a website designed to provide a common website for federal agencies to post discretionary funding opportunities and for grantees to find and apply to them. Using the system makes it faster, easier and more cost effective for grant applicants to electronically interact with federal grant-making agencies.
GPA Arizona
The Grant Professionals Association (GPA) is a nonprofit membership group that builds and supports an international community of grant professionals committed to serving the greater public good by practicing the highest ethical and professional standards. In order to become a member of the Arizona Chapter, you must first become a National member. Information on how to become a National and Chapter member can be found on the National website at These benefits of membership may include access to grant resources and reduced costs on grant training programs.