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NGMA’s monthly webcast series features presentations from the top subject matter experts and thought leaders in the grants management community. Each webcast offers key takeaways, tips, and strategies on issues impacting grants management professionals.

  Recent NGMA Webcasts

7 Ways to Strengthen “Virtual” Subrecipient Monitoring During a Pandemic – Reducing Risk While Increasing Compliance for Federal Grant Recipients (Jan 2021)
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.


Just-In-Time Recovery Management Training Overview (Dec 2020)
Presented by Michael Gumpert, Floodplain Management Division, FEMA and Michael Brown, Grants Management Division, FEMA

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.


Indirect Costs FAQs (Nov 2020)
Presented by Bonnie Graham, Esq., Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC

Can recipients and subrecipients charge indirect costs to CARES Act funding? If so, what rate should be used? How do funding shortfalls, stimulus money and other program disruptions from Coronavirus impact indirect cost recovery? How do agencies charge terminal leave, mass severance and other benefits to grants? And what changes to indirect costs are included in the revised UGG? In this session, we will provide straight-forward answers to your questions on cost allocation, indirect cost rates, and more.



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