FREE Grants Training and Chapter Development Meeting in Seattle, Washington
NGMA is holding a local training and networking opportunity in Seattle, Washington on Friday, October 13, 2017 from 10am – 12:15pm. This FREE grants training is for members and non-members.
Come learn about NGMA, learn something new about grants, and network with other grant professionals in your area! All NGMA members and prospective members are encouraged to stay for a chapter development meeting.
New Single Audit Processes and Results: What will my next audit report look like?
Rex Porter, Owner and Principal of Porter Group LLC, Grant Funding and Compliance Specialists
Please join NGMA Seattle as we discover essential facts and new lessons related to a federal grant management hot topic: Singe Audit practices, results and reporting in the new era of uber-accountability!
Nationally recognized federal grants compliance consultant, Rex Porter, of Porter Group LLC, will lead us through the hills and valleys of what he calls: ‘New Single Audit Processes and Results: What will my next audit report look like?’
During Rex’s fast-paced, 90-minute session we will discover at least three essential contemporary federal grant audit truths:
Why the new Single Audit process has changed and what are the new, key areas of focus
What are the vital changes in the Single Audit process within 2 CFR 200 and how the changes may be new, risky, or complex to grantee organizations (and funders!)
How to develop your own critical Action-Item-List of key areas to address and communicate with co-workers and senior management, as well as subrecipients or other partners.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to have this contemporary and complex issue resolved for you in one simple 90 minute block! Truly worth the hassle of getting in and around Seattle just for this short training workshop. Join us…! There might even be prizes…
Explain why the new Single Audit process has changed and what are the new, key areas of focus.
Locate and understand key changes in the Single Audit process within 2 CFR 200 and how the changes may be new, risky, or complex to grantee organizations.
Develop a key action item list of critical areas to address and communicate with co-workers and senior management, as well as subrecipients or other partners.
Jackson Federal Building
South Auditorium, 4th Floor
915 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98174
The Jackson Federal Building is located in downtown Seattle between First and Second Avenues, and Madison and Marion Streets.
Building visitors will be required to go through security screening, including a metal detector. Please bring ID. Building visitors should not bring any potentially hazardous items with them, such as knives, firearms, etc.
Parking in downtown Seattle is limited and expensive. Public transit options include:
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