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Subrecipient Monitoring and Management: Nonprofit Success Under 2 CFR 200
Rex Porter

Please join Rex Porter as he provides practical and important explanations of subrecipient monitoring and management best practices under 2 CFR 200 to provide your nonprofit a needed roadmap for awareness of key risks and methods of compliance.

Price: $299.00


This is a virtual event, accessible online. Access instructions will be provided after registration.
Risk Mouse Trap

For many nonprofits the management of their subrecipients is a key concern because of the risks associated with how federal funds are being spent by these project partners. When a nonprofit gives funds to a subrecipient they create their own monitoring responsibilities much like the federal government itself has with the nonprofit. Under 2 CFR 200, the nonprofit pass-through entity subrecipient management and monitoring roles are more complex and risky than ever before. Not only does every nonprofit have a core responsibility to monitor their subrecipients, but they must also assess risk, consider high risk status, know when to provide technical assistance, understand how to sanction project partners, and tackle other key issues.


Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:

  • Uniform Guidance's (2 CFR 200) subrecipient monitoring and management key standards and complexities
  • Core issues and risks involved with when nonprofits pass on federal funds to subrecipient partners
  • Explanation of the recurring special areas of concern, including conducting risk assessments, establishing management protocols, determining when and how to provide technical assistance, why and how to take sanction and enforcement actions and what constitutes essential monitoring documentation
  • Essential subrecipient monitoring and management policies, checklists, forms and other nonprofit internal controls
  • Best practices for nonprofit subrecipient monitoring, step-by-step, from pre-award through project completion and close out
Price: $299.00



Rex Porter


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