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Contracts and Grants between Human Service Nonprofits and Government: Comparative Analysis

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Document date: July 24, 2014
Released online: July 24, 2014
Government's reliance on human service nonprofits to provide services has been increasing, expanding the ability of nonprofits to achieve their missions and the ability of government to serve its constituents. This brief summarizes results from human service nonprofits in the second national study of government contracts and grants. We compare results of human service organizations in the 2013 national survey of nonprofits to the results of the survey conducted in 2010. We examine how human service organizations have managed since the recession ended and how their relationships with governments have changed.


Topics/Tags: | Governing | Nonprofits


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