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    The two-part virtual training is designed to provide Byrne Justice Assistance Grant SAAs and subrecipients with knowledge and skills to meet subgrant monitoring responsibilities as pass-through agents of federal grant funds.After this series, grant managers will be prepared to meet the requirements understand the importance, purpose, expectations and requirements for subgrant monitoring. Further, participants will learn about subgrant management processes, tools, techniques, and training that can support successful grant management and subgrant monitoring outcomes. Using and applying the knowledge gained will allow participants to assess their agency’s subgrant monitoring practices to identify both best practices and areas for potential improvement that will lead to more efficient and effective processes.

    The two-part virtual training is designed to provide Byrne Justice Assistance Grant SAAs and subrecipients with the knowledge and skills to meet subgrant monitoring responsibilities as pass-through agents of federal grant funds.

    In this series, participants will understand the importance, purpose, expectations and requirements for subgrant monitoring. Further, participants will learn about subgrant management processes, tools, techniques, and training that can support successful grant management and subgrant monitoring outcomes. Using and applying the knowledge gained will allow participants to assess their agency’s subgrant monitoring practices to identify both best practices and areas for potential improvement that will lead to more efficient and effective processes.

    After completing this series, participants will be able to:

    • Understand the importance and recognize the purpose of grant monitoring as a pass-through entity of federal funds.
    • Employ grant practices to assist the SAA and subgrantees to achieve grant monitoring outcomes.
    • Employ an appropriate type of monitoring that matches the assessed level of risk of subgrantees.
    • Recognize indicators of grant fraud, waste and abuse and how to address them.
    • Examine the components of financial grant monitoring.
    • Differentiate between programmatic and financial grant monitoring and examine the components of each.
    • Know where to access tools and techniques that support successful grant management and subgrant monitoring outcomes.
    • Use and apply the knowledge gained to assess their agency’s subgrant monitoring practices and to identify both best practices and areas for potential improvement that will lead to more efficient and effective processes.


    Topics covered include:

    • What is the purpose of subgrant monitoring?  
    • What are the expectations of federal partners regarding SAA subgrant monitoring?
      • Office of Justice Program/Bureau of Justice Assistance
      • Byrne JAG Special Conditions
      • DOJ Financial Guide
      • Code of Federal Regulations (2 CFR 200)
    • State (SAA) Monitoring Responsibilities
    • Resources that a state should have on hand (Grant Management Policies & Procedures, Grant Administrative Guide)
    • Where, When and How to Begin Addressing Subgrant Monitoring
      • Role of the subgrant application process in subgrant monitoring; how can your subgrant application give you the information you will need for later subgrant monitoring?
      • Subgrant application reviews
      • Financial Management Questions
      • Financial Audits
    • Establishing a subgrant application process that ensures applicants make an informed decision about their capability for compliance with federal expectations
      • General Grant Condition expectations
      • Special Conditions
      • Program and/or Grant-Specific Conditions
      • Financial Requirements
    • Using a Risk-Based Approach in Grant Monitoring
      • Indicators of Risk from application through close-out
      • Administrative and Programmatic Application Reviews
      • Budget/Financial Application Reviews
      • Financial Management Questions
      • Examples of Low, Medium and High Risk Considerations
      • Examples of How to Mitigate Risk
    • Different Levels of Monitoring and What is Involved in Each
      • Desk Monitoring
      • Enhanced Desk Monitoring
      • Structured Desk Monitoring
      • Comprehensive Planned On-site


    • Register
      • Non-member - $99
      • Program Staff - $99
      • Grants Management Professional - $99
      • Other - $99
      • Byrne Jag SAA - $99
      • VOCA Compensation & Byrne JAG Administrator - $99
      • VOCA Assistance & Byrne JAG Administrator - $99
      • VOCA Compensation & Byrne JAG Staff - $99
      • VOCA Assistance & Byrne JAG Staff - $99
      • VOCA Assistance, Compensation & Byrne JAG Staff - $99
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