Grants Management encompasses the processes and administrative work that happens throughout the federal grant award lifecycle. This includes setting up for efficient and effective operation, self-monitoring and enforcement of compliance, procurement and finacial accuracy, internal controls with policies and procedures, proper disbursement of funds, and ensuring the award is put to good use. In this Virtual Training you will be provided a basic overview of the 3-part Webinar series for Grants Management, and be given an opportunity to ask those burning questions that all Grant Managers have about their federal award(s). Bring your funding-related burning questions and be prepared to better manage your federal grant award.
Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has published updates to 2 CFR Part 200 Uniform Guidance.
According to OMB, the intent of this effort is to simultaneously reduce administrative burden and the risk of waste, fraud and abuse while delivering better performance on behalf of the American people.
This session is an effective step in reviewing the Guidance and understanding what has changed.
OMB Initiative 1: Supporting the Implementation of the President’s Management Agenda and Other Administrative Priorities
OMB Initiative 2: Meeting Statutory Requirements and Aligning 2 CFR Part 200 with Other Authoritative Source Requirements
OMB Initiative 3: Clarifying Requirements Regarding Areas of Misinterpretation
Subpart A & B Updates: Definitions & General Provisions
Subpart C & D Updates: Pre- and Post-Federal Award Requirements
Subpart E & F Updates: Allowable Costs and Audits Requirements