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South Florida Chapter: nVision with NGMA February 2019
Thursday, February 28, 2019, 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM EST
Category: Chapter Events

South Florida Chapter: nVision with NGMA

Thursday, February 28  |  9:30 am - 2:30 pm  |  Lauderdale Lakes Library/Educational & Cultural Center

 

NGMA’s Executive Director, Shelly Slebrch is Coming
to South Florida!

 

     
 

ALL grant professionals are
invited to NGMA’s FREE
South Florida nVISION visit!


Lunch will be provided by Capital Edge Consulting.

Attendees should come prepared to:

  • Meet other grant professionals through a fun group ice breaker
  • Hear about NGMA’s newest member benefits, grant training resources and programs
  • Gain insight about current federal initiatives and discussions
  • Participate in an open forum to better your local Chapter and NGMA programming

Then continue the discussion with an Open Forum:
High Risk Compliance Areas and Best Practices for Grants Management
Presented by Dan Durst, Capital Edge Consulting

Oversight of federal programs has intensified since the introduction of Uniform Guidance and organizations are still adapting to the compliance requirements. Single Audit findings suggest that organizations are still struggling with cost allocation, time and effort reporting, subrecipient monitoring, and procurement. In this discussion we will touch on each of the high risk compliance areas and review best practices to help organizations avoid costly audit findings.


Learning Objectives:

  • Review and Discuss Actual Recent Single Audit Findings
  • Identify High Risk Compliance Areas
  • Review and Discuss Best Practices for Grants Management in High Risk Areas

An Agnostic Framework for Evaluating Accounting
Software for Federal Grant Recipients

Presented by Glenn Anstead, Marcum LLP

Selecting the right accounting solution for your organization is complicated. Capturing and reporting your costs accurately and efficiently is important in an environment with small margins and increased compliance requirements under Uniform Guidance.  We’ll share some insights into why the requirements for Federal Grant Recipients are different than other non-profits, and critical areas of system evaluation that you don’t want to overlook.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to evaluate accounting systems for grant funded organization
  • Learn why requirements for grant funded organizations are different
  • Learn the key reports and dashboards that can support your mission
  • Learn how accounting software evolves and matures

REGISTER TODAY!

 


This event is open to all grant professionals. If you need additional information, please contact Bo Inscho, Membership Manager at [email protected] or (202) 997-9982.

 



Location

Lauderdale Lakes Library/Educational & Cultural Center
3580 West Oakland Park Blvd, 2nd Fl
oor
Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33311

Parking is FREE

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