Capturing activities into a work plan and creating budgets that outline the grant activities and necessary resources helps to achieve the grant's outcome plan.
FINANCIAL STRUCTURING and REPORTING
Businesses are primarily concerned with their financial activities and financial status. In order to keep an accurate and efficient record of the ongoing financial activities, every enterprise benefits from the right financial structure and reporting for operational bench marking and strategic decision-making purposes.
Financial Teams working in tandem with Project Managers, Subject Matter Experts and Researchers provide a fully integrated approach to Client Project Design and Management.
BUDGETING AND FORECASTING
Strategy has to be effectively translated into long-term plans, mid-term budgets and short-term forecasts in order to ensure that strategic objectives are met, and financial targets are reached.
Salus experienced and certified staff develop and deliver standardized and custom financial solutions.
POLICY, PROCEDURES and DOCUMENTATION for INTERNAL CONTROLS
Identifying best practices used by management ensures the reliability and integrity of financial information, compliance with federal, state and local laws, promote efficient and effective operations, and provides a mechanism for management to monitor the achievement of operational goals and objective.
BENEFIT COST ANALYSIS
Cost analysis allows managers to determine the true cost before implementation by improving their understanding of program operations, evaluating levels of cost effective intervention, and revealing unexpected costs.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING SUPPORT
Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Accounts Reconciliation when your grant programs requires it.
Begins by designing a proper assessment and analysis, followed by strategy formulation, execution, and evaluation.