The sweeping changes in the new grant regulations known as 2 CFR Part 200 created a radically different landscape for tribal governments and nonprofits competing for their share of more than $600 billion in federal grants awarded each year. This presentation will show grant writers and grant managers how to model success by introducing practical strategies and real-life examples designed to showcase winning proposal design and proactive grant management. Benefits include access to additional funding, strengthened program oversight, and better grant outcomes.
In this session, Lucy will walk through an overview of the new risk and integrity assessment requirements for federal grant applicants. Discover how this process varies among funding agencies with real-life examples. Explore the critical items you need in place to stay in compliance and boost the confidence of potential funders in your ability to successfully execute the key objectives of the award.
- How the risk and integrity framework seeks to reduce the risk on non-compliance for federal grants
- How the risk assessment requirements have been strengthened since the new grant regulations were first released
- Differences between federal agencies when it comes to assessing the grant readiness of grant applicants
- Best practices for addressing risk and integrity in the application narrative
Instructor: Lucy Morgan (My Fed Trainer)
Date: February 8, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Lucy Morgan, Lucy Morgan
Grant Development, Grants Education, Webinars
- Offered: Online
- Start: February 8, 2018 -
- End: February 8, 2018 -