As a Federal grants manager, administrator, or program official you need to understand how to award and monitor financial assistance programs effectively. You need to be well versed in the nuances between grants and cooperative agreements, how and when to apply 2 CFR 200, and develop performance measures that support your agency’s mission and your grant program’s statutory requirements. You are also advising your colleagues and supervisors on the continuing efforts to improve the transparency and accountability for every Federal dollar spent.
Management Concepts understands that when you are able to take time for training, that it must support your own individual development plans and build your
grants management competencies
in the areas of:
- Financial Assistance Mechanisms
- Grants Management
- Grants Management Laws, Regulations & Guidelines
- Financial Analysis
You can take a Management Concepts introductory course or get more in-depth practice in your key responsibilities such as monitoring techniques or closeout best practices. Apply the governmentwide emphasis on accountability to your own grant portfolio, and help your recipients maximize their performance and results. If you work with cooperative agreements, learn more about what substantial involvement really entails. Or catch up on the changes important to the entire grants community in Management Concepts Federal Grants Update.
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