VIRTUAL LEARNING

 


Wednesday, December 9,  2020  |  1:00pm - 2:00pm ET

FREE for Members!  |  Non-members Only $174! (includes a 1-year NGMA membership)
$25 for Members to Purchase CPEs

 


Just-In-Time Recovery Management Training Overview
Presented by
Michael Gumpert, Floodplain Management Division, FEMA and Michael Brown, Grants Management Division, FEMA



A disaster brings with it not just physical damage and loss but also significant complexity and the possibility of financial peril for local, county, tribal, and territorial governments. This, at a time when increased revenue is needed to pay for rebuilding projects and staff to manage recovery operations. Further compounding recovery is a complex soup of planning considerations, unfamiliar programs, compliance requirements, and scaling issues. Although there are a multitude of government agencies, non-profit organizations, professional associations, and consultants who can assist communities, local governments often find themselves overwhelmed by the sheer scale of programs and at a loss of where to start.
 
Just-In-Time Recovery Management Training (JIT-RMT) is a new training curriculum that was created with the help of over 50 partners from within FEMA and across the federal family as well as state and local governments and national professional associations and non-profits to guide local governments through the recovery process. JIT RMT is a series of sequenced and coordinated post-disaster trainings that teach, using peer and subject matter expert instructors, to the challenges and solutions across the recovery management disciplines including: procurement, recovery staffing, grants management, partnership development, communications, Public Assistance program, CDBG-DR program, Hazard Mitigation program, recovery planning, Individual Assistance program, leadership and management, assessment & data gathering, and financial management.
 
This suite of courses is structured to be delivered throughout the first year of post-disaster recovery: 2 months post-disaster, 3-5 months post-disaster, and 6+ months post-disaster. Information is presented to students when it is needed along the recovery timeline or, “just-in-time”, so as not to overload already overwhelmed local officials.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify key actions associated with recovery management and how they are presented within Just-In-Time Recovery Management Training.

  • Understand the interdisciplinary nature of the program and why it is important to engage multiple stakeholders

  • Identify key considerations for grants management and how it is incorporated within Just-In-Time Recovery Management Training.

 

 

 
In order to be awarded the full CPE credit,
you must respond to all three of the polling questions asked during the program.

Participants will earn 1 CPE credit (if purchased): Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Prerequisites   None
 
Who Should Attend   Grant Professionals, including Grant Specialists, Grant Administrators, Grant Managers, Program Officers, Grant Officers, Auditors  
Program Level   Overview  
Advance Preparation   None  
Delivery Method   Group Internet Based
 
Event Policies  

For additional information or assistance with this event including cancellations, substitutions or other program concerns or information regarding administrative policies such as complaints, please contact [email protected]

 

Tuesday, January 19,  2020  |  1:00pm - 2:00pm ET

FREE for Members!  |  Non-members Only $174! (includes a 1-year NGMA membership)
$25 for Members to Purchase CPEs

 


7 Ways to Strengthen “Virtual” Subrecipient Monitoring During a Pandemic – Reducing Risk While Increasing Compliance for Federal Grant Recipients
Presented by Lucy Morgan, CPA, MyFedTrainer.com



COVID-19 is transforming how Federal grant recipients approach their oversight responsibilities with subrecipients. Many pass-through entities struggle to meet their monitoring requirements in a work-from-home, socially distanced, virtual environment.
In this webinar, Lucy Morgan CPA will discuss the critical pass-through and subrecipient monitoring requirements with federal funding and lay out a path for compliance during a pandemic.

Learning Objectives:

  • Detail the subrecipient monitoring requirements for Federal grant recipients.

  • Differentiate between “must-do” activities and “nice-to-do” best practices for virtual monitoring of subawards.

  • Consider examples that increase the likelihood of success for federal grant recipients and subrecipients while reducing non-compliance risk.

 

 

 
In order to be awarded the full CPE credit,
you must respond to all three of the polling questions asked during the program.

Participants will earn 1 CPE credit (if purchased): Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Prerequisites   None
 
Who Should Attend   Grant Professionals, including Grant Specialists, Grant Administrators, Grant Managers, Program Officers, Grant Officers, Auditors  
Program Level   Basic  
Advance Preparation   None  
Delivery Method   Group Internet Based
 
Event Policies  

For additional information or assistance with this event including cancellations, substitutions or other program concerns or information regarding administrative policies such as complaints, please contact [email protected]

 

For additional information or assistance with registration, please contact Kelli Klepic at [email protected] or (202) 997-9982

 


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.