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CHRISTOPHERP.BECKER/WIKIMEDIA.ORG 60 GCN OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2016 • GCN.COM BY STEPHANIE KANOWITZ When Hawaii’s Kaua’i County began a push to minimize paper, it seized the opportunity to adopt web-based grants management How to move grants management to the cloud In Kaua’i County, Hawaii, grants management has long been an important part of local govern- ment operations. It has also been han- dled almost exclusively on paper. When the county began a push to minimize paper and add web-based systems, County Grants Program Co- ordinator Ann Wooton saw an op- portunity. Soon, the county will use StreamLink Software’s web-based Am- pliFund grants management software to track the grants the county receives and makes. That type of software lets govern- ments manage internal business pro- cesses for receiving grant money, man- aging the distribution of that money, and then tracking and monitoring the grant’s programmatic and financial performance. case study GRANTS In Lihue, the county seat of Kaua’I County, officials have adopted cloud- based grants management software to track applications and awards. 1116gcn_060-061.indd 60 10/5/16 10:01 AM
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