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Office of Grants & Contracts

Training Resources


United States Chief Financial Officers Council (CFO): Videos of experts explaining general practices associated with sponsored projects (i.e., Risk Assessment, Sub-recipient Monitoring, Indirect Costs, etc.). 

National Science Foundation (NSF) FastLane Help: PDF document to help you navigate the NSF FastLane website. Fastlane is 'an interactive real-time system used to conduct NSF business over the internet."

Grants.Gov Applicant Training Resources: Training resources for person's pursuing federal awards. 

General Grant Writing Tips for Success: A document created by the United Stated Department of Agriculture (USDA) to help persons write for sponsored projects. 

Logic Model Planning: A resource from the USDA, which explains how to develop and use a logic model for project planning and evaluation. 

Award Lifecycle: The USDA's graphical representation of an award lifecycle.

Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Uniform Guidance: The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) which identifies the administrative requirements, cost principles and audit requirements on awards.  


YouTube Channel: Videos of how to use Office 365 applications (i.e., Teams, Planner, Project, etc.). 

Microsoft Support: Textual instructions on how to use Office 365 applications (i.e., Teams, Planner, Project, etc.).


If you would like to schedule a face-to-face training session with a member of the OGC please feel free to contact us at 208-792-2166 or grantsoff@lcsc.edu. Office hours are from 8am to 5pm Monday thru Friday. 


You can request a presentation by the OGC staff for your class or group by contacting us at 208-792-2166 or grantsoff@lcsc.edu. Office hours are from 8am to 5pm Monday thru Friday. 


The OGC coordintates with Human Resource (HR) Services to offer brief introductory seminar's (5-15 minutes) to new LC State employee's every June, January and March.


The OGC coordintates with HR to offer one or more PDT seminar's (30-60 minutes) every semester. A current list of scheduled PDT's can be found on the Professional Development web-page.