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MONITORING AND REPORTING PERFORMANCE UNDER THE UNIFORM GUIDANCE

Webinar • Thursday, October 10, 2019 • 1:00-2:30 p.m. ET

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Prerequisites: None

Recommended Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Program Knowledge Level: Basic

Advanced Preparation: None

The Uniform Grant Guidance has amplified the importance of making substantial progress toward attaining the goals you stated in your proposal. A “bait and switch” approach puts federal contractors at serious risk of noncompliance. That’s why you can’t overpromise … or underperform.

It’s critical to know how agencies are holding grantees accountable for meeting their state goals. Protecting your grant also means knowing how to use tools like risk assessments, milestones and drawdowns to gauge — and report—project progress.

In this new webinar, you’ll learn how from an expert at keeping grants compliant and audit-ready.

Register now for Monitoring and Reporting Performance Under the Uniform Guidance?.

In this 90-minute webinar, Grants Compliance Officer Toni DeMaglio explains how the rules governing “substantial progress” affect everything from the goals you state up front to the way you gauge and report progress. You’ll explore how agencies will hold you accountable—and ways to shine.

Tools for making and reporting substantial progress.  You’ll discover how to assess your risk of not making substantial progress. You’ll also learn monitoring and reporting practices that help you ensure compliance with your stated objectives. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now to get ahead of issues that could sabotage your ability to demonstrate substantial progress on your stated goals, including:

  • Grantees’ obligations to monitor and report performance under UGG section 200.328
  • Insights into actions available to federal awarding agencies when grantees are not making substantial progress
  • How to use risk assessments to determine the appropriate internal monitoring for each grant project
  • How to use milestones and drawdowns to gauge project progress
  • Best practices for preparing grant reports
  • Factors to consider in addressing challenges with achieving objectives

Remember, agencies will hold you accountable for attaining your stated goals.  Don’t miss this opportunity for insights on submitting competitive proposals without sabotaging how you’ll demonstrate performance down the road.

Register now for Monitoring and Reporting Performance Under the Uniform Guidance?.

Who Will Benefit:

This webinar is of value to all federal grant recipients, including state, local and tribal governments; hospitals; and nonprofit institutions of higher learning. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • Project Directors
  • Principle Investigators
  • Grant Managers
  • Research Administrators

YOUR EXPERT(S):

Toni Demaglio

Toni DeMaglio is currently responsible for the post-award grant management at Seminole State College of Florida. In this capacity, she provides interpretation of policies and rules to insure the conformance of federal and state laws, rules, regulations and agency/program policies. Her primary responsibility is to keep grants in the state of audit-readiness by providing technical assistance to college personnel in the areas of fiscal integrity as they relate to programmatic activities. She works closely with project directors and financial services to prevent and identify activities and charges that would be unallowable under grant regulations, and if required, recommends corrective action plans. Toni designs College grants management training for grant project directors, administrators and support staff.  She also assures that statutory/administrative requirements and grant conditions have been met during the closeout of each grant.

In her 15 years of post-award management she has served in a grants compliance officer capacity at two institutions. Her pervious grants management experience includes serving as a project director for federal, state, and private grants, under her leadership, grants consistently exceeded their objectives.

Her consultant experience has included being retained as a compliance expert for a US Department of Labor grant; assessing post-award management gaps and recommending processes and procedure improvements; and assessing post-award management needs and designing grants management professional development training. She is often requested to present at national and statewide conferences on compliance and grant management issues; and has served as a peer panel reviewer for seven federal grant award competitions. Toni has chaired the Education Committee for the National Grants Management Association and served as a Director for the National Grants Management Association Board. She served as one of the six subject matter experts who developed the content of the Body of Knowledge for the Specialist Certification in Grants Management.

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