eCivis and Thompson Information Services Forge Innovative Partnership to Address Grant Compliance Under New Federal Uniform Guidance

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eCivis, the nation’s leading cloud-based grants management software system, and Thompson Information Services, the leading publisher in federal grant compliance information, announces a partnership that combines the market-leading strengths of each company to improve grant compliance for federal grant recipients.

By adding Thompson grant compliance and audit content to our suite of grants software solutions, eCivis will provide an invaluable and readily accessible resource to state and local government grant professionals.

eCivis, the nation’s leading cloud-based grants management software system, and Thompson Information Services, the leading publisher in federal grant compliance information, today announced a strategic partnership that combines the market-leading strengths of each company to improve grant compliance for federal grant recipients.

“The uniform grant guidance has created both great challenges and great opportunities for the grants community, and we are very pleased to be working with eCivis to help make the transition to the new world of grants management easier for entities receiving federal dollars,” said Joel Poznansky, CEO and president of Thompson Information Services.

The innovative partnership aims to redefine how grant compliance-related content can be delivered and consumed by grant professionals in state and local government. It will also address many of the key questions and that have been sparked by the Office of Management and Budget’s new uniform guidance. eCivis will deliver Thompson Information Services content as a new product in its grants management system, Grants Network. Thompson provides a variety of digital and print offerings, including its Federal Grants Management Handbook and Single Audit Information Service, which along with various expert commentary, reference materials, news, tools and forms, will be available to subscribers of this new service in an easy-to-access digital format.

“By adding Thompson grant compliance and audit content to our suite of grants software solutions, eCivis will provide an invaluable and readily accessible resource to state and local government grant professionals,” said eCivis CEO James Ha. “This content will give government entities across the country access to information that is critical to meeting the new federal grant requirements that went into effect in December 2014.”

About eCivis
eCivis (http://www.ecivis.com) is the leading cloud-based grants management system in the nation for state, local, and tribal governments. eCivis’ innovative solutions address both programmatic and fiscal grant funding requirements throughout the grant lifecycle, helping clients overcome the challenges and heavy workload that come with finding and managing grants. Government entities rely on eCivis to identify appropriate grants, submit competitive applications, and efficiently manage awards while dramatically reducing their administrative costs. eCivis assists them by providing a comprehensive grants database, training resources, and reporting tools for compliance and transparency, in addition to expert grant writing and peer review services.

About Thompson Information Services
Since 1972, thousands of professionals in business, government, law and academia have relied on Thompson Information Services to provide the most authoritative, timely and practical guidance available in a variety of professional practice areas. Thompson Information Services is recognized as one of the leading publishers in regulatory compliance information in the fields of human resources, retirement plans & employee benefits, grants management, food and drug, health care, environment and energy. The Thompson Information Services collection includes over 50 industry-leading titles covering critical compliance and regulatory issues, including respected resources such as the Federal Grants Management Handbook, the Single Audit Information Service and Techniques for Monitoring Federal Subawards.

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