What Will I Recognize in the Uniform Guidance?

Posted by Timothy Tiernan on Jul 14, 2015 5:00:00 AM

That's the question that leads this next video from our 10-part OMB Uniform Guidance training series. Last week we brought you a clip from OMB senior policy analyst Victoria Collin discussing how the first year of the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR 200) is a bit like the first year of marriage, where ideals and practical considerations meet. Now here's an overview of the changes in the OMB's Uniform Guidance and how they affect government, higher education, and nonprofit entities. This 22-minute video covers acronyms, applicability, pre-award requirements and agreements (11:05), the theme of "performance over compliance," post-award performance management (14:12), place-based initiatives (18:38), and much more. Without further ado, here's part 5 of 10. You can access the complete set of videos at the bottom of this page.

OMB Uniform Guidance Training 2015 with eCivis and the City of Los Angeles

Next week we'll video post on the procurement standards and pass-through entity requirements. And if you're hankering for future trainings, be sure to contact us by leaving a comment below or writing to marketing@ecivis.com!

Topics: OMB, eCivis Resources, Grants Management Best Practices, Uniform Guidance

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