Live Webinars

1 CPS in Specialized Knowledge!

February 21, 2018 | 1pm — 2pm, EST

Multiple Funding Sources – Shared Resources: What’s a body to do?

Presented by Edward T. Waters, Managing Partner, FTLF and adjunct faculty, George Washington University School of Law

REGISTER TODAY!

This Webinar will explore a common challenge in the Federally-funded world; what to do when you have multiple funding be it federal, state, local or private that pays for similar programs with overlapping resources. Ted Waters will explore direct cost allocation concepts, goals and strategies to ensure fair allocation to “benefitting” cost objectives, often in lieu of an indirect cost rate agreement or in situations where such an agreement is inappropriate.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Strategies for allocation of joint costs.
  2. Ways to ensure proper documentation of those strategies.
  3. What should be in your Cost Allocation Plan.

Pricing

2017-18 WEBINAR SERIES INDIVIDUAL SESSION
NGMA MEMBER RATE $49/pp
NON-MEMBER RATE $59/pp
GROUP RATE FOR FIVE (5) OR MORE ATTENDEES $39/pp

SPONSORED BY

Upcoming Webinar’s

March 21, 2018
Financial Reporting: How Numbers Tell A Story
Learn More…

April 18, 2018
Tips On How To Prepare For a Successful Audit
Learn More…


Our webinar’s perform best when viewed in Firefox or Chrome browsers.


Additional Information

None
Grant Professionals, including Grant Specialists, Grant Administrators, Grant Managers, Program Officers, Grant Officers, Auditors
All
None
Group Live
Refunds will only be given for cancelling a single monthly grants training purchase, when received by noon on the Thursday prior to the training. There are no exceptions. Substitutions are allowed. For series holders, cancelling a monthly grants training is equivalent to forfeiting that event.

For more information regarding event and/or administrative polices such as complaints, please contact Bo Inscho at bo@ngma.org or (202) 308-9443.

CPE-transparentNational Grants Management Association is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State Boards of Accountancy have the final authority on the acceptance of individual course for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
Back to Top