- Start: September 2, 2020 2:00 pm
- End: September 2, 2020 4:00 pm
Learn about the OMB’s recent changes to the Uniform Grants Guidance when you participate in this all-new, two-hour “Understanding the Revised Uniform Grants Guidance” webinar on September 2, 2020, at 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time. Register today to make sure that your organization remains in compliance with Federal grants management requirements.
The Uniform Grants Guidance (also known as the “OMB Super Circular”) is changing! The Office of Management and Budget has finalized its long-anticipated revisions to the Uniform Guidance and recently published its first comprehensive update of the grants management rules since the Super Circular was originally issued back in 2013. Most of the changes take effect on November 12, 2020, but a couple are already in effect. Changes are found throughout the Uniform Guidance. Affected provisions include the definitions, procurement standards, award requirements, closeout procedures, termination authority, indirect cost rates, and cost principles–to name just a few. “Understanding the Revised Uniform Grants Guidance” will explain in detail the key revisions to the Uniform Guidance and what they mean for grant-funded organizations. By participating in this special two-hour webinar, you will learn what you (and your organization) need to know to comply with the updated Uniform Guidance. Make your plans today to join fellow grants management professionals on September 2, 2020, for “Understanding the Revised Uniform Grants Guidance.”
“Understanding the Revised Uniform Grants Guidance” will explain the key changes to the OMB Super Circular to help you ensure that your organization satisfies the revised grants management rules. The topics to be discussed during the two-hour webinar include the following:
- New and revised definitions under the Uniform Guidance;
- Enhanced risk management and grant-making requirements for funding sources;
- Changes to the Super Circular’s procurement standards (including methods of procurement);
- Expansion of the de minimis indirect cost rate and other changes affecting indirect costs;
- Revisions to rules for pass-through entities;
- New grounds for termination and additional, related provisions;
- Changes to closeouts and closeout adjustments; and,
- Updates to the cost principles and selected items of cost.
You will learn about these important changes and more as part of this detailed exploration of the revised Uniform Grants Guidance. In addition, you will also have the opportunity to ask your individual questions about the Super Circular’s new and updated requirements during the live webinar.
Join other grants management professionals for “Understanding the Revised Uniform Grants Guidance” on September 2, 2020. This live event will start at 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time (1:00 pm Central Daylight Time, 12:00 noon Mountain Daylight Time, and 11:00 am Pacific Daylight Time). The webinar is scheduled to last two hours. All registrants for the live webinar will also receive access to an on-demand recording for 30 days.
OUTCOMES AND OBJECTIVES
By taking part in “Understanding the Revised Uniform Grants Guidance,” you will learn about the Office of Management and Budget’s comprehensive revisions to the Uniform Grants Guidance and what they mean for your organization. After participating in this webinar, you will be able to describe the major changes to the Uniform Guidance and outline areas to update in your organization’s policies to remain in compliance with grants management requirements.
This two-hour webinar will provide useful insights about the revised OMB Uniform Guidance 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 The Private Client Law Group, P.C., in Atlanta, where he heads the firm’s tax-exempt and grant-funded solutions practice. He is a summa cum laude graduate of the Louisiana State University and the Cumberland School of Law of Samford University. Brian 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.
BONUS: All registrants will receive free access for 30 days to an on-demand recording of the live event.