When Plans Change in a Grant Award, Amendments Offer Solution WEBCAST

Wednesday, February 2 7:00am - 8:00am PST

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Member Price $39.00

Non-Member Price $59.00

Overview

Unexpected circumstances can arise during grant program implementation that include changes in key personnel, no cost extensions, re-budgeting, and others. Delve into common issues that arise when plans change, and how to best address change through the amendment process that requires approval by awarding agencies. The session includes handy templates to assist with amendment requests.

Highlights

Grants. Grants management. Grants audit. Grants accounting. Federal grants regulations.

Prerequisites

None.

Designed For

All wanting to learn more about the uniform guidance, grant award agreements, and steps to amend award documents to better reflect change in plans.

Objectives

Define an amendment. Raise awareness about different types of amendments. Note changes that do not require an amendment request. Increase understanding about different formats for amendments.

Preparation

None.

Notice

None.

Leader(s):

Leaders

Karen Norris

Karen Norris is nationally recognized in the grants community as a consultant and Subject Matter Expert (SME) for kanoco - a Karen Norris Company in Gaithersburg, MD. She has experience in grants and contracts for more than 20 years, previously as a grants administrator for educational institutions in the State of Maryland, as an author and managing editor for grants publications at a national publishing house, and currently as a consultant. Norris has served on the Board of Directors of professional associations and editorial advisory boards. She is an invited annual presenter at national conferences and regional training events, including the Grant Professionals Association, National Grants Management Association, Management Concepts, Maryland Governor’s Grants Office, and others. Norris advises clients and conducts webinars, virtual classes, eLearning, and onsite grants training. The White House Conference on Aging published her white paper about health grants. Norris has provided testimony to the Maryland General Assembly supporting legislation about the de minimis indirect rate, and has responded to information requests about the grants process from the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management. Norris has served as a federal reviewer for the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Non-Member Price $59.00

Member Price $39.00