GTY Technology Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: GTYH) (“GTY”), a leading provider of SaaS/Cloud solutions for the public sector, announces their Business Unit, eCivis continues to positively impact Tribal Nations with experienced Customer Success Specialists dedicated to tribes for their grants management and cost allocation plan needs.
“eCivis has provided comprehensive and proven grants management for Tribal Nations government sector to effectively manage their entire grants lifecycle since 2004,” said Stephen Rohleder, Chairman and CEO of GTY. “It’s inspiring to see that eCivis is having such a positive impact for so many Native Americans.”
Tribal Nations use multiple funding streams to meet vital needs of their tribal members and the communities where they live. While they receive federal funding through the Indian Self Determination and Education Assistance Act (ISDEAA), they also rely on federal, state and foundation grants to fund vital services such as health care, education, elder care, child services, social services, housing, cultural preservation, roads, and law enforcement. Many tribes do not have resources to create a full service grants department. “This is where eCivis helps tribes with grant activities, spending, reporting, and compliance,” said James Ha, CEO, eCivis.
“Our Grant Development team uses eCivis on an almost daily basis for its thorough and trustworthy search engine,” said Delene W. Rawls, Ph.D., CGMS, Director, Grant Development, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. “The records returned include much more than a summary of the funding announcement, and eCivis significantly shortens our time investment when assembling all of the information we need to properly review potential federal assistance offerings.”
Osage Nation recently expanded its services with eCivis to include FundMax, a full-service offering that combines grant management, cost allocation technology, and professional services. “FundMax is providing our Nation the tools to efficiently manage our cost allocation plans,” said Tasha Fox, Controller at Osage Nation. “I think it is important for Tribal Nations to take charge of their indirect cost rate negotiations and to align their cost allocation plans with their strategic and fiscal objectives. Having a tool like FundMax makes this a practicable objective. We expect to be able to run [what-if] analyses, create projections, and provide an exact cost for our IDC pools.”
To learn more about grants, cost allocation and the professional services eCivis offers for state, local, tribal and non-profits, visit www.ecivis.com
About GTY Technology Holdings Inc.
GTY Technology Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: GTYH) (“GTY”) brings leading public sector technology companies together to achieve a new standard in stakeholder engagement and resource management. Through its six business units, GTY offers an intuitive cloud-based suite of solutions for state and local governments, education institutions, and healthcare organizations spanning functions in procurement, payments, grant management, budgeting, and permitting: Bonfire provides strategic sourcing and procurement software to enable confident and compliant spending decisions; CityBase provides government payment solutions to connect constituents with utilities and government agencies; eCivis offers a grant management system to maximize grant revenues and track performance; Open Counter provides government payment software to guide applicants through complex permitting and licensing procedures; Questica offers budget preparation and management software to deliver on financial and non-financial strategic objectives; Sherpa provides public sector budgeting software and consulting services.
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