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Webinar Webcasts

July 2017
Logic Models and Performance under the Uniform Guidance
Karen Norris, Principal, A K4ren Norris Company
August 2017
Budget-Building for Grant Developers: The “Total-Value” Framework for Crafting an Unbeatable Project Budget
Maryn Boess, GrantsMagic U
September 2017
Breaking Down the UG Procurement Standards and Creating a Path Towards Compliance
Presented by Tom Rodgers, Vendor Centric and Dan Kenney, CohnReznick
November 2017
Using the “Compliance Supplement” as your OMB A-133 Audit Guide for the next forty years
Presented by Brenda Williams, BCT Partners
November 2017
Subrecipient Relationships and Pass-Through Entities
Presented by L’Kel Little and Scott Sheffler, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP
December 2017
Intellectual Property Primer
Presented by Andrea Adkins, University of Central Florida
January 2018
Records Management Program Ready for Audit and Litigation Preservation?
B. John Masters, Alyx Technologies, Inc.
February 2018
Multiple Funding Sources – Shared Resources: What’s a Body to Do?
Edward T. Waters, Managing Partner, FTLF and adjunct faculty, George Washington University School of Law
March 2018
Financial Reporting: How Numbers Tell A Story
Karen Norris, Principal, k4rnoco-A Karen Norris Company
April 2018
Tips on How to Prepare for a Successful Audit
Steven Spillan, Associate Attorney, Brustein & Manasevit

September 2016
Why the DATA Act Matters
Hudson Hollister, DATA Coalition
October 2016
DATA Act: Implementation Efforts, Accomplishments, and What’s Next?
Marcel Jemio, DATA Act Solutions Architect, Department of Treasury
November 2016
Indirect Cost Rates and Cost Allocation Issues and Requirements: Guidance for Complying with New Uniform Guidance Requirements
Ted Waters, Managing Partner, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP
December 2016
Subrecipient Roles and Responsibilities
Scott Sheffler, Senior Associate, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP
February 2017
DHS Grants Management, Creating a Best Practice Through Training
Mildred Lloyd, Management & Program Analyst, Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Financial Assistance Policy & Oversight
March 2017
MEASURE IT! Turning Data Into Dollars
Chaney Jones, Measurement Resources
April 2017
Keeping a Lid on the Cookie Jar: Detecting, Preventing, and Mitigating the Risk of Fraud in Grants Management
Melinda DeCourt, Partner, Crowe Horwath LLP and Eric Russell, Senior Manager, Crowe Horwath LLP
May 2017
It’s Closing Time: How to Get Ahead on Intellectual Property by Getting Started Now
Andrea Adkins, Assistant Director, University of Central Florida (UCF), Office of Technology Transfer
June 2017
Grant Review and Pre-Award Process
Elisa Gleeson, MPSA, CGMS, Senior Grants Management Specialist, AmeriCorps Texas
July 2017
Logic Models and Performance under the Uniform Guidance
Karen Norris, Principal, A K4ren Norris Company

Monthly Training Webcasts

September 2016
Federal Awardee Performance and Integrity Information System (FAPIIS)
Rhea Hubbard, OMB
October 2016
Slogging through Solicitations – Focusing Your Efforts to Come Out on Top!
Erin Daly, USDA
November 2016
No Hail Mary Needed: Risk Mitigation in Practice
Eric Russell,CIA, CGAP, CGMS, MPA, Senior Manager, Crowe Horwath
January 2017
The Formula to Ending all Formulas!!
Andrea Brandon, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Grants and Acquisition Policy and Accountability (OGAPA)
February 2017
New Administration, New Federalism?
Julia Martin, Legislative Director, Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC
April 2017
What Does the Executive Order Actually Say and the Impact on Sanctuary Jurisdictions?
Edward “Ted” Waters, Esq., Managing Partner, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP
May 2017
Internal Control: The Basics
Kim McGatlin, Assistant Director, Financial Management and Assurance, US Government Accountability Office (GAO)
June 2017
Debarment and Suspension
Tiffany Redding, Director, Office of Recipient Integrity Coordination, Department of Health and Human Services

September 2016
Why the DATA Act Matters
Hudson Hollister, DATA Coalition
October 2016
DATA Act: Implementation Efforts, Accomplishments, and What’s Next?
Marcel Jemio, DATA Act Solutions Architect, Department of Treasury
November 2016
Indirect Cost Rates and Cost Allocation Issues and Requirements: Guidance for Complying with New Uniform Guidance Requirements
Ted Waters, Managing Partner, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP
December 2016
Subrecipient Roles and Responsibilities
Scott Sheffler, Senior Associate, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP
February 2017
DHS Grants Management, Creating a Best Practice Through Training
Mildred Lloyd, Management & Program Analyst, Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Financial Assistance Policy & Oversight
March 2017
MEASURE IT! Turning Data Into Dollars
Chaney Jones, Measurement Resources
April 2017
Keeping a Lid on the Cookie Jar: Detecting, Preventing, and Mitigating the Risk of Fraud in Grants Management
Melinda DeCourt, Partner, Crowe Horwath LLP and Eric Russell, Senior Manager, Crowe Horwath LLP
May 2017
It’s Closing Time: How to Get Ahead on Intellectual Property by Getting Started Now
Andrea Adkins, Assistant Director, University of Central Florida (UCF), Office of Technology Transfer
June 2017
Grant Review and Pre-Award Process
Elisa Gleeson, MPSA, CGMS, Senior Grants Management Specialist, AmeriCorps Texas
July 2017
Logic Models and Performance under the Uniform Guidance
Karen Norris, Principal, A K4ren Norris Company

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