Week at a Glance


Grants Management Body of Knowledge
This training provides you with knowledge of the full lifecycle of a grant! Not only will you learn about laws and regulations but also policies that are affecting YOUR administration of Federal Grants! The Grants Management Body of Knowledge Guide (GMBoK) is a fundamental resource for all Grants Management Professionals. To learn how YOU can bring GMBoK Training to your organization, please contact Kelli Klepic at [email protected]

Chapter Meetings and Events
Chapters across the nation are gearing up for meetings and events for 2020! The Atlanta Chapter is hosting a meeting on Thursday, March 5th to learn the what, who, why and how the CGMS credential can accelerate your career! Click HERE to register!

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Annual Grants Training Presents The Monuments By Moonlight Tour
In this all-encompassing, two hour night tour of Washington, guests will pass such sights as the White House, the Ellipse, the U.S. Capitol Building, Smithsonian Museums, the Washington Monument, the World War II Memorial, the Tidal Basin and Jefferson Memorial, and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.

During the tour, guests will make a stop at the Lincoln Memorial to explore the tribute to President Abraham Lincoln and enjoy the stunning views down the National Mall. Bring your camera! A short walk from the Lincoln Monument is the Vietnam and Korean War Memorials, both moving tributes to our countrymen and women who served in these conflicts. Additional stops may be added.

 This evening serves as a truly elegant and unique way to see this magnificent city!

The last day to register is April 10, 2020!

Buy your tickets HERE!

NGMA, REI and George Washington University Release Annual Grants Management Survey Results
On February 27th, REI, NGMA and George Washington University released the results of our Annual Grants Management Survey at a breakfast event at HUD. NGMA’s own Vice President, Tiffany Kesslar, did a fantastic job as one of four panelists and the event, which was held at HUD, was well attended including Grants Management press. The survey highlights many insightful takeaways that are meaningful to the whole Grants Management community and includes an infographic summary. Click the link HERE to view the survey results including past surveys.

The Uniform Guidance Comments Collection

OMB has released the proposed revisions to the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR Part 200) and the comment period runs through March 23, 2020.

The National Grants Management Association is collecting and compiling member comments for submission. 

If you are interested in submitting your comments to NGMA for inclusion, please send your comments to [email protected]

Where can I find more information?

To review the proposed revisions and/or submit your own comments directly to OMB, please visit: 


Attend the Premiere Event for Grant Management Professionals!
Join us for another stellar conference! Whether you are just entering the field of grants management or are a seasoned professional the, 2020 Annual Grants Training has something for you! Join us on April 14-16th, 2020 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott where you will:
  • Identify new requirements outlined in legislation impacting the field of grants management
  • Apply best practices in grants management
  • Analyze new concepts and strategies for improving organizational efficiencies in the field of grants management.
  • Network with peers and colleagues
  • Speak with Federal Agencies
  • Listen to expert speakers talk about topics that matter to you!
Register for Annual Grants Training 2020 today to receive the best rate!  Here!
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