FEDERAL GRANTS MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES $780.00
Why I Should Attend?
Most, if not all Indian tribes, tribal organizations, and nonprofit organizations operate programs funded by the federal government. Some grants are discretionary grants and some are block grants. As such, tribal organizations must know general and specific grant rules that apply to all federal awards. Some grants have specific requirements, some have matching (cash or in-kind) requirements. Notices of Funding Opportunity prescribe specific rules for grant applications, for receiving and accepting the grant awards, to administering the grant award, submitting financial reports and narrative reports, conducting grant closeout and annual audits. Tribal organizations need to know financial management rules and cost principles that apply to their awards; grant matching requirements, rules that apply to equipment purchases, etc. This course provides an overview of the regulations in the Office of Management & Budget’s Uniform Administrative Requirements, commonly referred to as Super Circular. This course also includes the session, Art of Grant Writing.
Who Should Attend?
Tribal council members, boards of directors, tribal executive directors, program directors
and managers, tribal grant writers, finance and accounting staff, tribal audit firms, tribal consultants.