2023 Annual Grants Training


 

Registration information coming October 2022

Call for Presenters: If you are interested in presenting at the biggest grants management training of the year, submit your application today! All presentations on relevant and timely grants management issues will be considered. 60-minute and 90-minute breakout sessions will be offered. We encourage presentations for grants professionals at all levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced. Application deadline is Friday, October 21.

 

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NGMA 2023 Annual Grants Training (AGT)
Tuesday, April 11 - Thursday, April 13, 2023
Washington Hilton | 1919 Connecticut Ave. NW | Washington, D.C. 

 

Don't miss NGMA's Annual Grants Training (AGT), a multi-day, in-person training ideal for grants professionals at all career levels. Agenda includes keynote speakers, panel discussions, breakout sessions, exhibit expo and federal foyer and much more. AGT is an ideal event for grants professionals at all career levels. Registration information coming October 2022.  

For budgeting and planning purposes, 2022 AGT pricing and agenda overview are listed below.

Pricing: $999 members | $1,173 non-members  Pricing subject to change for 2023.  

2022 AGT Agenda overview: 

 - Keynote speakers

- Three plenary panels 

 - CAPP Expo and Federal Foyer
(a chance to interact with NGMA corporate partners and grants-making agencies) 

- Over 30 breakout sessions on key grants management topics. They included:

understanding indirect costs | single audits | grants 101 for beginners | COVID-19 | legal updates on federal grants | ethics | conflicts of interest in federal grants management | grants writing for beginners | financial and program management best practices | ARPA | working with federal partners | managing audits | grants management in a crisis or disaster | ...and much more! 

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