Start Date: 2/1/2018 1:00 PM CST
End Date: 2/1/2018 2:00 PM CST
Venue Name: Virtual Webinar
Grant Professionals Association
This webinar will be held from 1:00pm to 2:00pm Central.
Managing indirect costs was never simple, and now the uniform guidance has changed the rules once again. Nonfederal entities that never had an indirect cost rate before can request a "de minimis" or 10 percent flat rate for indirect costs. For nonfederal entities with current indirect cost rates, the way you calculate indirect costs makes all the difference in your ability to recover overhead and administrative costs. But there's more. There is an extension period under certain circumstances, there are cost allocation plans, and there are new requirements for federal agencies and pass-through entities, too. Getting indirect costs right means navigating complex provisions and avoiding potential audit findings. Here's what you need in order to understand the options and the new requirements.
- Gain awareness of direct and indirect costs.
- Recognize changes to indirect costs.
- Distinguish between different indirect cost rates.
- Review considerations to obtain a rate.
- Identify key requirements for cost allocation plans.
is nationally recognized in the grants community as a consultant and Subject Matter Expert (SME) for k4rnoco - a K4ren Norris Company in Gaithersburg, MD. She has experience in grants and contracts for more than 20 years, as a grants administrator for educational institutions in the State of Maryland and as an author and managing editor for national publications. Norris has served on the Board of Directors of professional associations and nonprofit organizations. She is an invited annual presenter at national conferences and training events, including the Grant Professionals Association, National Grants Management Association, Management Concepts, Thompson Information Services/Columbia Books, and the former Council for Resource Development (now CASE).
Early-career; Mid-career; Advanced
Post-award grant management practices sufficient to inform effective grant design and development;
Practices and services that raise the level of professionalism of grant developers