The number and complexity of U.S. Government and USAID grant administrative requirements are constantly growing and changing. The most recent significant changes include 2 CFR 200 and 2 CFR 700 (USAID supplement) impacting all aspects for U.S. Government and USAID grant administration. This course is designed to provide the knowledge and practical application of USAID and CDC grant administration compliance requirements. By mastering the requirements participants will be able to apply them to business development, application submission, grants administration, close-out and audit. During course exercises participants will review relevant solicitations to determine how administrative requirements are being applied from application submission to grant administration and close-out.
Content and Objectives
- What are the major administrative requirements?
- What is the hierarchy of USAID administrative requirements?
- What is the choice of instrument determination: acquisition vs assistance?
- What are the U.S. Government cost principles?
- What are the USAID standard provisions?
- What are the audit, suspension and termination requirements?
Complete the on line questions when you register so Development Essentials can better understand your needs. If possible, bring a lap top to access the internet for classroom assignments and a recent Request for Application.
Course Duration – 2-days
Who Should Attend
Mastering administrative compliance requirements can be useful to all staff in business development, financial management, grants management, sub-awards & sub-contracts management, audit and close-out. It is designed for staff: entry level and mid-level.
After the Course
Participants will be able to apply the knowledge to business development, financial management, grants management, sub-award & sub-contracts management, audit and close-out.