Applying OMB’s Grant Compliance Requirements:
Navigating the Super Circular’s Compliance Supplement

Date: May 28 – 29, 2019
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Hotel: Tropicana Las Vegas (3801 Las Vegas Blvd. South)
For a room rate of $59, please call 702-739-2222 by April 19, 2019 and mention you’re with the Falmouth Institute. Please click here to make your reservation online.
Tuition:   $849


Did you know that your tribal organization is responsible for following OMB’s grant compliance requirements? And that OMB also recently issued a revised Compliance Supplement? Make sure you’re up to speed on these recent developments by taking this important class!

Grant compliance is one of the most crucial — and least understood — elements in any tribal operation. Few people realize that over 60% of audit findings are based on non-financial issues, such as non-compliance with grant requirements or other requirements in the Compliance Supplement. Let our expert guide you through a blow-by-blow of the latest version of the Compliance Supplement, and learn exactly what auditors are going to be looking for when they audit your program. You’ll leave this class with a better understanding of how the basic compliance standards impact your grant management system in your organization, and how you can best hold onto all of your tribe’s hard-earned funding.

We’ll also brief you on the important changes in OMB’s new Uniform Guidance, popularly known as the “Super Circular.” Make sure you understand key issues, such as making your audits available to the public, when you can keep profits from federal grants, when Indian Preference may not be allowable in purchasing, and what the questioned costs threshold is.

This is an excellent class for tribal government, housing authority, and tribal grant school (P.L. 100-297) employees serving in the areas of compliance officers, grant accountants, grant directors, finance and program managers, purchasing agents and executive administrators. Register for this important class now and learn how to properly identify and comply with grant compliance requirements for each of your organization’s federal grant awards!