Extra Login - Subawards and Subrecipient Monitoring
(90 minutes) Already know the basics of subaward monitoring? Let’s take a deep dive into the complexities, obscurities, and changing landscape of subawards. In this webinar we’ll talk OMB changes, risk appetite, lesser known federal requirements, foreign subrecipient monitoring, subrecipients requiring additional monitoring, and much more!
Experience with subawards, terms and Uniform Guidance is recommended
Jessica McDonough, Subaward Coordinator, Dartmouth College
Laura Register, Assistant Director, Subaward Oversight & Compliance, Stanford University
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Attendees will gain an understanding/insight into the finer points of subrecipient monitoring, oversight, and compliance along with strategies to implement into organizations of any size.
Assistant Director, Subaward Oversight & Compliance
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