Discussion—Your Most Important Budget Asset The grant application process is all about money. Without money to accomplish your public health intervention, your plans are nothing but words on a piece of paper. The grant application process is all about convincing a person or entity to give you money to support your plan. Your primary goal in the budgeting process is to make a convincing argument that the money will be spent well.
There are many elements that make up a budget. Using the weekly readings, the South University online library resources, and the Internet, research grant and contract budgets. Based on your research, respond to the following: Which element will generally make up the bulk of grant funds you will receive and why (particularly in a grant or contract that is a multi-year award)? Describe this element. Explain your answer with the help of examples.
Give reasons and examples in support of your responses. Be sure to cite any relevant resources.
Write your initial response in approximately 300 words.