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All About the Grantee

Information about the duties and responsibilities

  • As the person who receives Ryan White Part A funds, the CEO is the grantee. In the Las Vegas TGA the CEO is the chair of the Clark County Commisssion.
  • The CEO gives responsibility for administering the grant to a local government agency that reports to the CEO. This agency is sometimes also called the Grantee.
  • The word “Grantee” means the person or organization that actually carries out Ryan White Part A tasks, whether that is the CEO, the public health department, or another agency that reports to the CEO.
  • In the Las Vegas TGA the designated Grantee is Clark County Social Service.
  • The Grantee has specific duties covering the areas of support, preparation, assessment, development and collaboration.

Grantee Administrative Duties

Below are Part A grantee duties to make sure that funds are used fairly and appropriately.

 

  • Responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of grant supported activities.
  • Establish intergovernmental agreements (IGA's) with other cities/counties in the EMA or TGA, where required
  • Distribute funds according to planning council priorities and allocations
  • Establish grievance procedures to address funding-related decisions
  • Ensure delivery of services to women, infants, children, and youth with HIV disease
  • Ensure that Ryan White funds do not pay for care that is paid for elsewhere
  • Ensure that services are available and accessible to eligible clients
  • Carry out clinical quality management activities to ensure that services are of high quality
  • Prepare and submit Part A funding application
  • Limit grantee and provider administrative costs
  • Monitor contracts
  • Reallocate funds with the approval of the planning council, to ensure that all funds are spent and used efficiently and appropriately

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HRSA develops policies that implement the legislation, providing guidance to grantees in understanding and implementing legislative requirements.

Examples of cooperation and collaboration on HIV prevention-care planning. Illustrative examples of integrated planning activities that involve HRSA Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part A, Part B, and CDC HIV Prevention Planning Bodies and Grantees.

This project is funded as a result of grant awards from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Health Resources and Services Administration

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