For 2015 LSTA awards and beyond: Note that the implementation of new federal regulations (2 CFR Part 200) which replace the current federal cost principles (2 CFR Parts 220, 225, and 230), uniform administrative requirements (A-102 and A-110), and audit requirements (A-133) will likely change how we operate our grant programs and certain requirements that are found within our guidelines and grant agreements. The new federal regulations become effective on December 26, 2014. We are currently working to understand the extent of changes and make appropriate revisions to our programs.
Grant awards issued in 2014 and before continue to be governed by the current federal cost principles (2 CFR Parts 220, 225, and 230), uniform administrative requirements (A-102 and A-110), and audit requirements (A-133).
Information on available grant opportunities and on past awards the fund development of library programs and services.
The Association for Rural and Small Libraries (ARSL) Annual Conference is specifically targeted for rural and small library staff. Previous conference topics have included building community advocacy; effective trustee recruitment; inexpensive programming ideas; innovative web services with few resources; virtual networking; and many more.
Qualifying libraries, including public libraries, schools and their school libraries, academic institutions and their libraries, Tribal libraries, and non-profit institutions and their libraries, may apply for PD grants. There are two types of grants: one helps provide in-house training and the other helps defray the cost of sending staff to events.
LSTA Grants Manager
Washington State Library
PO Box 42460
Olympia, WA 98504-2460
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