When: Thursday, November 1st at 2:00 pm -3:00pm
Where: This event will be hosted online
Have you noticed that traveling at federal expense can get a lot of media attention? Former HHS Secretary Tom Price certainly did; so did former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt. Both gentlemen were shown the exit door after dust-ups over their travel expenses emerged. Such incidents led the Office of Management and Budget to issue terse instructions to federal agencies about adherence to Federal Travel Regulations for air travel, lodging, meals and incidental expenses.
So, what’s this got to do with you and your federal grants? Plenty!
It’s a short policy leap from the rules that govern travel by federal officials and those that govern your grant-funded travel. And many grant auditors already believe that travel expense is fertile territory for findings about necessity and reasonableness. In light of these recent high-profile events, oversight of your grant-funded travel has become a “flavor of the month.”
Confusion reigns about how and when travel is allowable under federal grants. It makes sense right now to assess your travel policies against ramped up requirements from OMB.
This webinar will help you sort out where the latest vulnerabilities are in your existing travel policies. In this detailed session, you’ll get answers to questions like:
Join Bob Lloyd, principal of Federal Fund Management Advisor™, for this timely and authoritative presentation.
Who Should Attend?
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Traveling On Your Federal Grant: A Guide to Careful Charging
Level: Basic. Some knowledge of federal grant management and audit requirements is helpful.
Hand-out Materials: Attendees will receive presentation slides as well as access to background documents.
Fields of study (for NASBA CPE): Specialized Knowledge and Applications, Auditing (later)
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