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Grant Training 101: Uniform Guidance Administrative Requirements Now Available

Posted By CFO Council on March 20, 2017

The latest module for the Grant Training 101 on Uniform Guidance Administrative Requirements is now available. This module provides an introduction to the general provisions, pre- and post-award administrative requirements outlined in Subparts A through D of the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR 200) for Federal awarding agencies and award recipients. The module includes examples of how Federal awarding agencies apply these requirements into their day-to-day grants management practices and what is required by the award recipient during the period of performance.

To access this module and previous modules please visit the COFAR Training Page.

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