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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


Are You Ready for Hurricane Season? (June 2021)
Presented by Calista Tavallali, Jordy Scholhamer, Ken Burris, and Bobbie Harper, Deloitte

Hurricane season is upon us. To help communities recover, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) makes billions of dollars available through public assistance programs. Do you have the best practices in place to take advantage of these programs before disaster strikes? Join Deloitte as they share their deep experience in crisis recovery and grants management to help you prepare for the FEMA reimbursement process. Get ahead of the game with some preparedness activities, tips and tricks, lessons learned, and new technologies, such as Close As You Go, Deloitte’s new software to help local governments manage recovery, capture documents, and support eligibility for FEMA expenditures.


Hua-what? The Huawei Ban (June 2021)
Presented by Mara Ash, CIA, CGAP, CGFM, CMRA, BFS Strategic Partners

Section 889 of the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act is a significant change to Federal procurement, and it impacts almost every contractor doing business with the Government. The provision bans government contractors from using technology and services tied to Chinese equipment manufacturers that have been deemed cybersecurity threats by the U.S. government. The companies affected by the legislation are Huawei, ZTE, Hytera, Hikvision, and Dahua and their subsidiaries. The National Defense Authorization act was put into place to prevent cyber-attacks and efforts to exfiltrate information and intellectual property by foreign adversaries which pose risks for the U.S. government and industry.
This course will provide the participant with the needed knowhow on section 889 of the National Defense Authorization Act and how it effects any kind of procurement opportunity with the government. In the course the effects of section 889 will be investigated both from a government agency POV and a Government contractor POV.


The Merge and Migration of SAM.gov and beta.SAM.gov (May 2021)
Presented by Katherine "Kat" Rollins, Product Owner (beta.SAM.gov), GSA Integrated Award Environment and Salomeh Ghorbani, Lead Program Manager, GSA Integrated Award Environment

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.


What should I Care About? CARES Act and Other Pandemic
Response Funding, Perils and Pitfalls  (March 2021)

Presented by Edward T. Waters, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP and Scott Sheffler, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP

This session will discuss CARES Act (and additional relief funding, if any), requirements and what is coming next. Specifically, we will discuss experiences post-Recovery Act, common audit findings, how to avoid them and what to expect when the Inspector General audits start.


NGMA Panel Discussion on Technology for Grants Management (Feb 2021)
Panel Discussion

Do you still have questions about how the Uniform Grants Guidance updates affect technology?  Would you like to know what to expect for the future of technology?  Are there challenges that you are facing and would like some expert advice?  If your answer is yes to these questions, make sure you join NGMA and our panel of experts on grants managem




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