These changes drastically affect anyone managing grants and cooperative agreements. It’s imperative that your entire team is not only up-to-date on the latest rules and regulations, but also that each person knows the steps to take to protect your funding.
Join us at the Federal Grants Forum in Savannah, Georgia on April 5 through 7 to learn the new requirements under 2 CFR 200, how the changes will impact your federal programs and where to start.
Without the proper guidance and tools, you and your current and future funding are at risk unlike ever before so don’t wait until it’s too late! Attend a Federal Grants Forum to get the guidance you need.
This two-day training event will be packed with sessions delivered by compliance experts in the grants, accounting and legal communities. You'll walk away with clear guidance on how to comply, while demonstrating performance and success as well as revising your policies and procedures.
Each attendee will receive six months of digital access to Thompson's Grants Management Handbook, so that you can easily stay up-to-date on the regulation changes, emerging trends, and the latest grants news. And, with our “Ask the Expert feature, a subscriber favorite, you get answers to YOUR grants management questions with a direct line to our editors. (New subscribers only.)
Bonus! To help guide you through pre-award to post-award and audit, Thompson's Grants Quick Start Toolkit - a $249 value - is included in your registration!
We also invite you to our "Subrecipient Deep Dive", taking place the morning of Friday, April 7th. This workshop can be attended as a stand-alone session or as an extension of your Federal Grants Forum participation.
You may be able to charge the cost of your Thompson Training to your federal grant(s). For state agencies and other nonfederal entities, under the cost principles of the uniform guidance, there are allowable items of cost for subscriptions (§200.454.(b)) and professional development (§200.472). Please check with your program director, finance officer or granting agency to ensure there is no restriction in the approved grant budget or the award documents.