Last Chance: Navigating the OMB Super Circular in Phoenix

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December 12 and 13, 2017
Embassy Suites by Hilton Phoenix-Scottsdale
Phoenix, Arizona (Hotel deadline is November 13!)
Two-Day OMB Uniform Grants Guidance Training

Don’t miss your last chance in 2017 to attend the “Navigating the OMB Super Circular” training!  During the two full days of training in Phoenix on December 12 and 13, 2017, you will undertake an in-depth exploration of the administrative requirements, cost principles, and audit standards under the OMB’s Uniform Grants Guidance.

Are your grants at risk? Grants management challenges and the requirements of the OMB’s Uniform Grants Guidance (a.k.a. the “Super Circular” or the “Omnicircular”) continue to evolve.  The Super Circular touches every facet of Federal grants management, and not following the Uniform Grants Guidance can result in serious compliance issues, including disallowances, suspensions, and even termination of your grant funding.  By attending the two-day “Navigating the OMB Super Circular” training conference in sunny Phoenix, Arizona, you will learn about the key grants administrative requirements, cost principles, and audit standards under the Super Circular in detail, including recent changes to the Uniform Guidance.  You will also explore common grants compliance problems and how to avoid them while staying up-to-date on legislative, legal, and administrative developments affecting grants management.  

After attending this intensive training in Phoenix on December 12 and 13, 2017, you will know how to navigate the Super Circular to better manage your grants, avoid issues, and stay in compliance with current requirements.  In addition, you will have multiple opportunities to get answers to your most pressing questions about grants management over the course of both days.  Space is limited, s0 register today to avoid missing your last opportunity of the year to attend “Navigating the OMB Super Circular.”


OMB Super Circular Training in Phoenix Area

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December 6 and 7, 2016
Embassy Suites Phoenix Scottsdale
Scottsdale, AZ (Phoenix Area)

The OMB Uniform Grants Guidance (better known as the Super Circular) will soon turn two and, like most two-year-olds, continues to grow and change.  Make sure that you know the key requirements under the OMB Super Circular and stay up-to-date on the latest developments and changes affecting Federal grants management by attending our 2-day Federal Grants Symposium: OMB Super Circular Training and Grants Management Update in Scottsdale (the greater Phoenix area).

Effectively managing grants requires having the right knowledge.  Grants management rules continue to evolve both under the Office of Management and Budget’s Uniform Grants Guidance (more commonly referred to as the Super Circular) and in general.  Since the Super Circular was issued in 2014, the OMB has made amendments (with the latest taking effect earlier this year); significant challenges in implementing the Uniform Grants Guidance have been found; new audit requirements have taken effect (with accompanying changes to the guidance in the Audit Compliance Supplement); and legal and legislative actions have continued to affect grants management.  Staying in compliance with grants requirements means having a solid understanding of the fundamentals under the Super Circular and keeping up-to-date with these and other recent developments. 

Attending this special, two-day event in Scottsdale will help you stay current and compliant while learning about the Super Circular’s key requirements as well as recent changes and related grants management developments.  The conference will cover not just recent developments but will also review the key rules governing grants management under the Super Circular, including administrative requirements, cost principles, procurement and property management, and audit standards.  The Federal Grants Symposium: OMB Super Circular Training and Grants Management Update will benefit both experienced grants professionals and those new to the world of Federal grants and will offer important information for all types of grant-funded organizations (grantees, subrecipients, and pass-throughs).