Partner Edward Waters to Host Webinars for Health Centers

By Published On: May 6, 2014

Join FTLF Co-Managing Partner Edward “Ted” Waters for an upcoming series of webinars on topics of importance to health centers, including the Budget PIN and the Supercircular hosted by the National Association of Community Health Centers.

HRSA Pin 2013-01:It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s Final!

May 13, 2014

On March 18, 2014, HRSA issued Budget PIN (2013-01) in final and it is significantly different than the draft PIN from June of 2013. This webinar will explain the new requirements and prepare participants to comply with these requirements. Led by Ted Waters, this webinar will also cover the implications of the PIN requirements and when they go into effect as well as what strategies Health Centers should consider in ensuring compliance.

Learn more and register here.

 

It’s Neither “Super” Nor a “Circular” so Why is Everyone Calling it the Supercircular (or maybe the “Omnicircular”)?

May 22, 2014

The Office of Management and Budget recently issued a revision and consolidation of the key Grants Circulars into a massive “Uniform Grants Guidance,” also known as the “Super-Circular.” Through the Super-Circular, the various Cost Principles, Common Rule Grants Administration Requirements, and Audit requirements have been consolidated and changed. These changes fundamentally alter the rules that apply to all Federal grants and sub grants received by your health center. Led by Ted Waters, this webinar will focus on major policy changes and what they mean for your Health Center.

Learn more and register here.

 

Going for the Gold? New Funds for Expansion – Procurement, Property and Federal Interest – What you need to know to compete for new funding and not end up with a headache!

May 27, 2014

Led by Ted Waters, this webinar will review and discuss procurement and property rules under the federal grant administration requirements with a particular eye toward supplemental grant awards for construction and expansion. Issues such as sole source procurements, competitive procedures, federal interest and leasehold improvements will be discussed.

Learn more and register here.

 

Time and Effort Reporting Burdens and Risks

June 3, 2014

One of the biggest areas of risk attached to Health Centers’ federal grants is time and effort reporting. Developing appropriate and comprehensive personnel activity reporting systems is critical to grants management and compliance and remains a hot button issue for the HHS Office of Inspector General. Fortunately, the Supercircular gives grantees more flexibility to implement appropriate documentation systems. Led by Ted Waters, this webinar will teach participants how to properly do time and effort reporting.

Learn more and register here.


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