Navigating USG Requirements for Cooperative Agreements and Grants: USAID, CDC, DOS
November 6 - 10, 2023
8:30am - 5:00pm
Effectively navigating US Government regulations is key to a successful federally funded program. By the end of this five-day training, participants will be able to research, interpret, and apply the regulations of their US Government grant or cooperative agreement and understand the specific regulations for three key donors: USAID, CDC, and State Department.
This training will introduce participants to the Uniform Administrative Regulations: 2 CFR 200 through the entire project lifecycle from pre-award to close-out:
Our expert facilitators will also guide participants through the core compliance areas including ethical standards, subaward management, business development, human resources, and travel.
It is important for organizations to fully understand each US Government Agency’s regulatory framework. Participants will learn how to research, interpret, and apply the specific rules and regulations for these three US Government Agencies:
2.Center for Disease Control (CDC)
3. Department of State
Participants will learn through interactive, relevant, and practical examples to build confidence in day-to-day management for any USAID, CDC or State Department award. This course will prepare participants for any challenges and empower them to improve their relationships with donor agency personnel.
After this training, participants will:
This course is designed for participants from:
40 hours (for 5 days / 8 hours each day)
Field Of Study / Level
Specialized Knowledge / Basic
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Meet the Trainers
Keith Edwards is an international consultant with more than 30 years of experience in organizational management, operations systems, compliance, risks and assessments. His focus is to make sure you prevent operations and implementation disasters, don’t make the mistakes that he has helped others solve and focus your resources on expanding the work that your organization is so well known for doing.
Shannon Meehan has worked more than 30 years internationally. Since 2012, She has been an International Consultant where organizations call upon her for a variety of trainings and interventions that focus on her operational, finance, human resources skills and her humanitarian intervention expertise. She has lived and/or worked throughout the continent of Africa, the Middle East, Europe and South Asia. Her Humanitarian work was highlighted in the book, Those Who Dare, by Katherine Martin (2004). Shannon speaks French, Wolof and Malinke.
"The training was very engaging, interactive, and informative. It really exceeded my expectations in many ways, especially in the way that the discussions were very specific and addressed many unique scenarios of the trainees, which helped connect the regulations to practical applications for a variety of organizations. "
Sarah, Global Grants Finance Officer, CRS
$1475 - Early Registration prior to or on September 29$1650 - Registration after September 29
Refund and Cancellation Policy: Cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing to Wairimu Muthaka at [email protected] 30 calendar days prior to the event. A refund of the full registration fee, minus a $50 administrative fee will be given for cancellations received by that date. We are unable to provide refunds within 30 calendar days of the event. If you are no longer able to join, we welcome substitutions at any point prior to the start of the training. Transfer to another training or badge sharing is not permitted. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaint and refund, please contact Wairimu Muthaka at [email protected]