Within the Funding tool, Sub-Granted Funding represents funds provided to (or from) your agency as a sub-grant of a Primary Funding Source or another Sub-Granted Funding source.
From the Funding tab, the Sub-Granted Funding section displays any funds provided to the agency from other agencies (figure 1).
Sub-granted funding sources cannot be directly added here but, rather, display based on other agencies' Sub-Granted Funding activity. Only certain fields are modifiable by the sub-grantee and this can only be deleted from the Primary Funding Source within the agency where the funding is set up.
The Amount that displays represents the portion that has been allotted to the agency. If any of the funds have been further sub-granted to another agency, this will be reflected in the Sub-Grants column.
Additional details about the sub-granted funds (figure 2) can be viewed by clicking the edit icon.
The fields that display within a sub-granted funding source are the same as those within a primary funding source and described in Funding Tab Overview. Additionally, a sub-granted fund source will display the "From Agency" - the agency that granted the funds.
Sub-granted funds can be created from a Primary Funding source or further sub-granted from an existing Sub-Granted Funding source either by the original grantor or grantee.
To add Sub-Granted Funds, first click the edit icon next to the Primary Funding or Sub-Granted Funding source (figure 3).
Click Create Sub-Grant (figure 4).
|Note: if the Create Sub-Grant option is not available, it means you are trying to add sub-granted funding from the main Funding tab rather than a funding source.|
Next you'll indicate the agency to provide the funding to, the amount, and whether the funding is active or not. The maximum amount available (or remaining) from the Primary Funding source will display (figure 5).
The sub-granted funding agency can allot funds to other agencies from the fund source, if applicable.