The federal government annually expends some $600 billion through grants. Traditionally, grants have been treated as financial assistance provided to state and local governments and other organizations (i.e. Indian tribes, hospitals, non-profit organizations, universities, etc.) to assist them in carrying out their own missions. Federal grants have been treated as “gifts with strings attached.” However, as the federal Government Accountability Office (GAO) has repeatedly pointed ...

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