Webinar: How to Survive the Audits Embedded in Your Federally Funded Award

November 21, 2018 / Ed Jameson / Webinars
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If you have an NIH or DOE grant or cooperative agreement you are not getting free, no-obligation money. There are rules and regulations that must be adhered to—including audit oversight.

During this webinar we covered:

  • When you are required to have a Uniform Guidance Audit (UGA) and an overview of the UGA process
  • Common UGA findings, and how to avoid them
  • The significance of the certification on line 13 of the SF-425
  • How not negotiating an F&A rate makes it easy to commit “inadvertent fraud”
  • How to set up QuickBooks to produce the reports necessary to manage your award properly
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.

Join us for our free webinar: Understanding the Financial Strings Attached to Your Government Funding Award. REGISTER TODAY >