Let Us Help You Make Sense of OMB's Proposed Guidance

February 20, 2013 | By Jerry Ashworth | Post a Comment

So I’m sure all you have diligently spent the last couple of weeks reading every word of OMB’s 244-page proposed grants reform guidance, as well as all the various crosswalks, and now know them word-for-word.

If not, don’t fear.

Next month, Thompson will offer a webinar that is sure to help the grantee community learn more about the development of the proposal, what is included and how to submit useful comments.

Join Thompson on March 19 at 2 p.m. EST for OMB’s Proposal for Grant Reform: What Grant Recipients and Subrecipients Need to Know – an innovative webinar that will pack 244 pages of guidance into 90 minutes you can use. Grants law expert Stacia Le Blanc will discuss the current status of OMB’s proposal for grant reform, comments from the grants community and the likely impact for grant recipients and subrecipients. As an added bonus, she also will be available to answer your questions during the live Q&A portion of the webinar.

And since comments on the proposed guidance are due May 2, the webinar comes at an opportune time to put your thoughts and concerns together and send them to OMB, which has set a goal to finalize the guidance by the end of the year.

Also, next month, Thompson will also feature a March 5 webinar at 2 p.m. EST on How to Prevent Improper Payments and Avoid Government Scrutiny: The Impact of New IPERA Legislation on Federally Funded Programs. We also will host a March 14 webinar at 1 p.m. EST on Navigating Federal Grants and the Fiscal Cliff. These also would be quite informational and well worth attending.

For more information on registering for any of Thompson’s webinars, please visit www.thompsoninteractive.com or call 1-800-925-1878. So much to learn, so little time!

Let us know what topics you would like featured as part of a webinar. We always want to serve you better.

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