45 CFR Part 75 – Overview of Grant Funding Regulations
When the government decides to fund your innovation with a grant award, you are not getting free, no-obligation money. You are subject to 45 CFR Part 75, also known as the NIH Grants Policy Statement. 45 CFR Part 75 outlines the rules and regulations that must be adhered to—including audit oversight.
One of the best ways to avoid trouble is to educate yourself on those rules and regulations.
To help, we’ve created a highly informative White Paper, “Understanding The Strings Attached to Your Government Grant Award.”
This comprehensive document explores:
- Details about grant award funding
- An overview of the Uniform Guidance Audit (UGA) process
- Common Uniform Guidance Audit findings, and how to avoid them
- The significance of the certification on line 13 of the SF-425
We can help you maximize your funds and decrease your risk, so you can spend less time worrying and more time innovating. Contact Us to schedule a time to speak to one of our government funding experts, and we will follow up within 48 hours.
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Ed Jameson, CPA, Managing Member
With over 40 years of experience as a government funding award accounting specialist, Ed is a recognized national expert in the field. In addition to helping hundreds of clients navigate FAR Part 31 compliance. he has been an active speaker and panel moderator at Tech Connect's National SRIR/STTR conferences since 2011. presents at the DOD's Mentor Protégé Summit and presents regularly for several state and local organizations.