We encourage all Atlanta members to JOIN US for a webcast, discussion, and an opportunity to network with other grant professionals in the area. CDC will discuss adjustments they are making to their grant processes.
While chapter meetings are a member-only benefit, non-members are able to experience one complimentary meeting. If you know someone who has not attended an NGMA chapter meeting and would benefit from the topics we discuss, feel free to invite that colleague to this meeting.
Grants and Modernization: Preparing for What’s to Come
Recorded Webcast presentation by: Mike Atassi, Specialist Leader Strategy and Operations and Kathleen Juza, Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP
As Federal agencies, grantees and subgrantees work to meet the requirements set by the Uniform Guidance, the DATA Act, the GONE Act, and pending legislation such as the GREAT Act, they are faced with the challenge of finding more efficient and effective ways to meet their missions while maintaining compliance. This webinar will provide ideas to help you navigate and manage the changes by focusing on opportunities to streamline processes, increase efficiencies, and produce desired outcomes. We will share some key considerations in assessing modernization readiness, potential challenges you may face, and help you take proactive steps to prepare for what’s to come.
Learn about the benefits and key considerations in modernizing grants processes to adapt to new requirements
Understand key considerations in assessing modernization readiness
Understand how to prepare for grant modernization to align with requirements imposed by legislation such as the DATA Act and the Great Act
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Center for Disease Control and Prevention
2960 Brandywine Road
University Office Park
Stanford Building – Satcher Room
Parking: Parking is available on site and free for attendees.
Due to the highly sensitive nature of the CDC, please be sure to bring some form of government picture ID. If you are not a US citizen, please plan to arrive early due to the lengthy sign-in process.
For additional information or assistance with this event including cancellations, substitutions or other program concerns or information regarding administrative policies such as complaints, please contact Kelli Klepic at email@example.com or (202) 997-9982.