About GMBoK


Grants Management Body of Knowledge (GMBoK) training provides an in-depth understanding of the full grants management lifecycle, from solicitation to application evaluation to the closeout and audit phases. It covers the laws, regulations, and policies affecting federal compliance while calling specific attention to recent changes affecting the administration of federal awards. All training attendees receive a hard copy of the GMBoK Guide, a foundational resource for grants management professionals at all career levels. (The GMBoK Guide may be purchased on its own. Members have free access to an online, searchable version of the Guide.) 


Upcoming GMBoK Trainings

2023 Spring Training (in-person)
April 13-15, 2023 | Washington, D.C. 


The GMBoK Guide is a foundational resource for
all grants management professionals.


If you attend a GMBoK Training, a GMBoK Guide
is included with your registration

Private virtual GMBoK Trainings are available for groups/organizations! Interested in learning more?

Reach out to [email protected] for additional information.

"Thank you again for sharing your grants management knowledge and experience with our team. Overwhelmingly, the response from our team has been positive. We attended several meetings last week where the training was brought up spontaneously by attendees who remarked on how much they had learned.
You did a great job! Thank you."

-Director, Grants Management
Office of Management and Budget

Some of the goals of this course include:

  • Be familiar with the newly mandated pre-award risk assessment including the newest government database the Federal Awardee Performance and Integrity Information System

  • Find out about the new certifications and
    mandatory disclosures

  • Recognize the changes in the procurement standards

  • Appreciate the increased responsibilities in managing
    your subrecipients

  • Understand the changes in the cost principles
    and audit requirement


National Grants Management Association 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 the final authority on the acceptance of individual course for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.