Subrecipient Monitoring and Management Mini Intensive - Program

Subrecipient Monitoring and Management Mini-Intensive

April 16 & April 18, 2024
1:00 - 4:30 PM ET

This interactive training program will help participants understand the rules and regulations, and minimize the burden of 2 CFR 200.331 – 333 “Subrecipient Monitoring and Management”. The program will provide an overview of the regulations as well as recognize additional requirements for risk assessment and monitoring, helping to clarify the documentation obligations and additional reporting requirements. This intensive training will provide case studies, discussion, and documentation provided to sponsors. While the primary focus will be on subawards issued under Uniform Guidance (UG), many of the practices can be applied to non-federally funded subawards.

This program covers pre-award tasks of subrecipients verses contractor determination, risk assessment of the subrecipient, and fixed price subawards. It will look at the more prescriptive post-award requirements of the list of elements for the subaward terms, establishing a monitoring plan and enforcement action if necessary as well as subrecipients F&A rate.

Intended Audience

This intensive will benefit individuals with a basic background in sponsored programs subrecipient administration, as well as individuals who have been working with subrecipients. The goal is for participants to benefit from speaker expertise, case studies, tools for risk assessments, and documentation examples. This intensive will provide the necessary skills for subrecipient management and monitoring at your own institution.

Learning Objectives

  • Facilitate identification and understanding of the of the Uniform Guidance 2 CFR 200.331-333 “Subrecipient Monitoring and Management”
  • Provide a comprehensive outline from pre-award, through post-award and closeout, discuss all of the important impacts on the administration of the subaward
  • Gain understanding of areas of risk
  • Obtain in-depth knowledge of Subrecipient Monitoring and Management
  • Gain expertise in identifying problems and solutions

Course Details

Online Classroom:
  • Intensive sessions will be held via Zoom.
  • You will receive login details and instructions on accessing the online classroom environment upon enrollment.
Connect Pages:
  • Access to Connect Pages will be provided upon enrollment in the course.
  • Connect Pages serve as the central hub for meeting recordings and communication.
CEU Credits:
  • This course is eligible for 6 Continuing Education Units (CEU) credits.
  • Participants who successfully complete the course and meet the evaluation criteria will receive a certificate of completion along with documentation of the earned CEU credits.