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Follow-up

  • Judith B. Margolin

Abstract

Let’s assume that your grant-seeking endeavor has had its hoped for result: you’ve received the grant you applied for. At long last your idea is funded! You may breathe a sigh of relief and pat yourself on the back. However, this is far from the end of your relationship with the funder. In many ways, it is just the beginning.

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Grant Project Grant Proposal Grant Administration Grant Award Grant Money 
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Further Reading

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© Judith B. Margolin 1983

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