Why I Should Attend?
Congratulations! Your contract or grant has been funded. Writing a successful grant proposal is one thing, but administering it is another. Being able to understand and answer questions such as project impacts of indirect costs; how and when to draw down the grant funds; how to account for funding received, submitting financial and program reports, and how to ensure special conditions and “match” requirements are met. Contract and grant administration is critical for the overall success of your tribe or tribal organization.
Who Should Attend?
This interactive two-day workshop is designed for both novice and experienced contract/grant program managers, finance and accounting staff, tribal officials, tribal administrators, program and accounting support staff, Tribal School Boards, Tribal Organizations, non-profit organizations; tribal communities, and any organization that received federal funding (awards).
What Will I Learn?
- Federal “Discretionary” Grants;
- “Entitlement” Contracts (P.L. 93-638)
- Overview of Policies & Statues
- Grant Management Systems
- Grant Programs
- Grants Administration; Uniform Guidance Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, Reporting & Oversight
- Financial Management; Financial Reporting and Funds Oversight, Accounting Systems, Risk Management, and Single Audit
- Direct and Indirect Costs Overview
- Internal Control Policies
- Budget Execution and Accounting Controls
- The Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards
- Other accounting requirements – Payroll, Investments, Long-Term Liabilities, Fixed Assets, and Depreciation Schedules, Inventory
- Internal Control Tests – testing the system and policies for compliance
- The Program Close-out
- The Financial Close-out
- Preparing for the audit
Register for this course:
30 - 31 Reno, NV
13 - 14 Billings, MT
- Contracts & Grants Administration Brochure
- 2018 W-9