Understanding the 2024 Uniform Grants Guidance Update

  • Start: May 15, 2024 2:00 pm
  • End: May 15, 2024 4:00 pm

The Office of Management and Budget just released its comprehensive 2024 Uniform Grants Guidance update.  Make sure you understand the OMB’s changes to the Uniform Guidance by registering for this special, two-hour webinar on May 15, 2024, at 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time.

Finally, the wait is over! On April 4, the Office of Management and Budget released its long-anticipated 2024 update to the Uniform Grants Guidance.  The Uniform Grants Guidance (or UGG) contains the basic rules for managing Federal grants and subawards, and the OMB’s new update is only the second comprehensive revision to these important rules in the UGG’s history.  During this special two-hour webinar, you will learn about the major changes that the OMB has made and what this update means for grant-funded organizations.  Specifically, you will learn about revisions to current rules (including additions and deletions to existing requirements), new provisions in the updated Uniform Grants Guidance, and the OMB’s timeline for implementing the changes to the Uniform Guidance.  Register today and then join your fellow grants management professionals at 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time on May 15, 2024, for this detailed training about the OMB’s 2024 Uniform Grants Guidance update.




The “Understanding the 2024 Uniform Grants Guidance Update” webinar will explain the Office of Management and Budget’s recent changes to these important Federal grants management rules.  During this two-hour webinar, you will learn about the following:

  • Major revisions to the Uniform Grants Guidance;
  • Increases in key Uniform Grants Guidance thresholds;
  • OMB’s overarching goals in updating the Uniform Grants Guidance;
  • Updates and additions to important definitions;
  • Changes to improve Notices of Funding Opportunity;
  • Revisions to pre-award standards and risk analysis;
  • Major updates to the UGG procurement standards;
  • Changes to indirect cost rates (including the de minimis indirect cost rate);
  • Easing and elimination of prior approval requirements;
  • Revisions to the Uniform Guidance’s general and specific items of cost;
  • Updates to audit standards (including the Single Audit threshold);
  • Key areas of simplification and the OMB’s move to “plain English”;
  • OMB’s timeline for implementing the 2024 UGG update; and,
  • Unresolved issues and what they mean for grantees and subrecipients.

You will learn about these important topics and more as part of this overview of the OMB’s new updates to the Uniform Grants Guidance.  In addition, you will also have the opportunity to ask your individual questions about the revised UGG during the live webinar.


Join your grants management colleagues for “Understanding the 2024 Uniform Grants Guidance Update” on Wednesday, May 15, 2024.  This live event will start at 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time (1:00 pm Central Daylight Time, 12:00 pm Mountain Daylight Time, and 11:00 am Pacific Daylight Time).  The webinar is scheduled to last two hours.  All paid registrants for the live webinar will also receive access to an on-demand recording for 30 days.


By taking part in “Understanding the 2024 Uniform Grants Guidance Update,” you will learn about the comprehensive revisions that the Office of Management and Budget has released for the rules underpinning Federal financial assistance.  After attending the webinar, you will be able to identify at least ten significant changes to the Uniform Grants Guidance.  You will also be able to outline the OMB’s implementation plan and list the effective date for the update.


This two-hour webinar will explain the OMB’s 2024 update to the Uniform Grants Guidance and the update’s implementation timeline for both new and experienced grants management professionals.  There are no prerequisites for attending and no advance preparation is required.  The experience level for this webinar is overview.


R. Brian Tipton is a practicing attorney with more than two decades of experience working with nonprofits, governmental units, and other grant-funded organizations across the United States.  Currently, Brian is Managing Director with Tipton KPCL Law, in the metro Atlanta area, where he heads the firm’s tax-exempt and grant-funded solutions practice.  He is a summa cum laude graduate of both the Louisiana State University and the Cumberland School of Law of Samford University.  He regularly represents grant-funded entities of all types in the areas of regulatory compliance, audits, funding source disputes, administrative appeals, and litigation.  Brian also consults with organizations on governance, human resources, programmatic, and corporate matters, and develops and presents training programs for nonprofits and grant-funded organizations.

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Just $199



BONUS:  All paid registrants will receive free access for 30 days to an on-demand recording of the live event.