eCivis Further Strengthens Grant Expertise Advantage

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Industry Veteran Leticia Jones Named as Director of Compliance and Integration

eCivis (, the premier online provider of federal, state, and foundation grant information and management tools for government, announced today the addition of Leticia A. Jones as Director of Compliance and Integration. In this senior management team role, Ms. Jones primary responsibility will be to facilitate dialogue and knowledge transfer between eCivis grant funding subject-matter experts and grant-active government and not-for-profit organizations, funding agencies, industry organizations, and other grant professionals.

A subject-matter expert herself, Ms. Jones has over 10 years of experience as a government consultant, grant project manager, frequent speaker and national trainer for public and not-for-profit sector organizations. Leticia has been at the forefront of the changing grant environment providing entities direction under the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009. She is a member of the American Association of Grant Professionals (AAGP) and the National Grants Management Association (NGMA).

"eCivis already invests 30,000 hours annually in expert proprietary grant content development on behalf of its clients including research, training and best practices," said Jones. "I am thrilled to add to the bench strength of this already stellar team and lead the development and implementation of a new communications strategy leveraging social media technology and tools."

"I am delighted to add a grants management veteran like Leticia to our team," added Craig Lund, eCivis CEO. "eCivis provides a unique solution that combines a world-class online grants management application with subject-matter expertise and content. Leticia will accelerate our grant expertise advantage."

About eCivis
eCivis ( is the premier online provider of federal, state, and foundation grant information and management tools for government and not-for-profit organizations. Organizations such as Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Raleigh, and El Paso, the State of Iowa, San Bernardino County, CA, and Loudoun County, VA rely on eCivis to identify appropriate grants, submit stronger applications, and efficiently manage awarded grants while dramatically reducing their administrative costs. eCivis does this by providing the most comprehensive and easy-to-search source of grant information and research, training resources, and reporting tools for compliance and transparency. eCivis' online database contains more than 10,000 funding opportunities, including all of the stimulus grants that are supporting the nation's economic recovery.


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