This is a 7 minute video on performing a grant close out in Tempest-GEMS. This process normally involves two parties: The sub-recipient (applicant) makes a Request to the grant administrator. The grant administration team then steps through the Grant Close Out Workflow. This honors the principals of "segregation of duties".
Hello, This is Christina Moore with the Tempest-GEMS team. We are going to examine the key steps to closing out a grant and we will use the FEMA Public Assistance Grant Program as an example. Following the rhythm of a cooking video, we will confirm that we know the objective, dish to make as it were, and that we have the key ingredients ready to go.
I am using Tempest-GEMS version 5. The process is the same with Tempest-GEMS version 4, except version 5 has a few more score cards, and provides better guidance on status, readiness, and such.
Are we ready for close out? Let's take a look at these numbers...$95,000... $85,000... we've been reimbursed $75,000. Let's do some ratios. What this should show me is that this is a 90% grant. I think it comes out with 89.99. There we go, 90%. A lot of FEMA grants are 75, this is a 90. So the numbers make sense to me. Let's take a quick look at the data. It is a road-and-bridge. I have an EMMIE PW number. I have got an application title. It is large. I have got a damage description, scope of work. All right, we've got numbers. We've got a grant now I am going to click Request.
I am going to add a Request called a "Close Out".