Lobbying Review

Proposal narrative, budget documents, and any additional documentation are reviewed for lobbying and political campaigning. The lobbying checklist should be properly filled out by program staff.

Grants Officers should assure that lobbying concerns are dealt with in an appropriate manner based on the funding source of the grant and the legal status of the grant recipient.

Political activity or electioneering is categorically prohibited in all grant-making so any proposals where this is suggested should be referred to the Legal department.

For grants to individuals where the purpose of the grant is for an individual to attend an academic institution, such as a Scholarship grant, a lobbying checklist is not required.


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