Administering Federal grants is uniquely challenging at institutions of higher education. Despite the Federal Government’s recent efforts to impose uniformity in grant regulations and guidance for all Non-Federal Entities, campus cultures and operational dynamics can vary greatly at different colleges and universities. Institutions come in many different sizes and organizational structures, leading to the investment of resources in grant staffing and support systems varying widely. With the the revised Uniform Grant Guidance, everything from the way you apply for grants to how you manage your funding has changed. It’s imperative that your entire team is not only up-to-date on the latest grants rules and regulations, but you understand the best way to accomplish that in the specialized college and university setting.
Join us at the Virtual Federal Grants Forum for Institutions of Higher Education from July 21 through July 22nd to learn about coronavirus-related grants considerations, the 2020 compliance supplement, and how new grants are affected by the uniform guidance changes that went into effect on November 12, 2020. This is the compliance information you need to confidently manage your grants and protect your funding.
Our two-day agenda includes 8 powerhouse sessions that cover everything you need to know – start to finish – about how to tackle the toughest grants management challenges, specifically for institutions of higher education, while addressing how COVID-19 has changed the game. You’ll be able to ask your specific questions directly to our trainer in our virtual learning environment as you watch the presentations.
With your registration, you will receive:
✓ Two days of expert-led grants training.
✓ Up to 9.6 NASBA CPEs & 9.6 GPCI CEUs (Interactive virtual viewers only).
✓ BONUS! Thompson’s Grants Quick Start Toolkit to help you through the entire grants lifecycle – a $249 value!
✓ BONUS! 1 month of digital access to Thompson Grants 360 Lite – a $103 value! (New subscribers only.)
The Forum provides training and updates on Federal regulations that are absolutely necessary for successful grants administration. I attend every year. – Virtual, October 2020
I really enjoyed this training and learned a great deal. The speaker gave great real-life examples that helped me understand new concepts. – Virtual Forum, August 2020
The speaker was fantastic – so knowledgeable on all things federal award related and had great examples. I would definitely attend one of their trainings again. – Virtual Forum, May 2020
This was AMAZING! It gave me the confidence to proceed with pre-award submissions with confidence. – Virtual Forum, May 2020
This training provided a lot of important information and proper guidance in order to stay in compliance as well as improving our ways in spending our federal funds! This is my second time attending and might do a third one! – Pittsburgh, July 2019
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.
Columbia Books & Information Services is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Web site: www.nasba.org If you are not able to attend for any reason, please notify us as soon as possible. Conference cancellations received 10 business days prior to the event are fully refundable. All other cancellations are non-refundable.