Join us for 2024 Thompson Grants Workshop: Audits

Qualifies for 3.6 CPE Credits

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With taxpayers and federal agencies desiring more transparency on how federal award funds are being spent, grant recipients that are required to undergo a single audit will face a considerable amount of scrutiny as auditors evaluate whether funds were spent properly, and if internal controls are present to prevent fraud, waste and abuse. In addition, OMB has issued the 2024 revised uniform guidance for awards issued on or after Oct. 1 (unless federal agencies elect to implement the revisions as early as June 21), which include changes to the audit requirements in subpart F. The changing landscape of grant compliance and audit oversight means that taking action to prevent audit findings and risks to your federal funding is now more important than ever before.

Recipients of federal awards preparing for annual audits must be especially effective in complying with all requirements. But what does “effective” entail? Let an experienced grant auditor clarify steps that can make the biggest difference during preparation, the audit itself and when the report is issued. This can be especially helpful when you are continuing to operate in a hybrid work/remote environment.

This workshop will explore the “dos and don’ts” that can improve the way you prepare for you next single audit, financial audit or compliance audit, as well as how to best collaborate with auditors to ease the process. Plus, we’ll provide special emphasis on the procedures to be performed in relation to audits pertaining to COVID-19 relief program funds .

Fix “red flags” before auditors arrive. In mapping out how annual audits are developed, this workshop will provide value to all grant recipients by breakind down how to make your preparation more targeted and your audit more successful. 

Who Should Attend
This workshop is of value to all government and not-for-profit organizations. Attendees who will benefit most include:
-Chief Financial Officer
-Director of Finance
-Director of Budget
-Compliance Officers
-Finance Managers
-Grant Accounts
-Members of Senior Leadership teams

With your registration, you will receive:

✓ A half-day, expert-led workshop 
✓ Ability to earn CE Credits (Live virtual attendees only)

Please note that the workshop will be recorded. 

$255.00 Individual Live Registration
  • Includes individual live registration only.
  • After 06/27/2024, tickets become $305.00.
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$215.00 On-Demand Registration
  • Provides access to on-demand recording.
  • After 06/27/2024, tickets become $265.00.
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$355.00 Live + On-Demand
  • Receive access to all live and on-demand Thompson Grants 2023 workshops.
  • After 06/27/2024, tickets become $405.00.
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$969.00 Live Thompson Grants Workshop Pass
  • Receive access to all live Thompson Grants 2024 workshops.
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$816.00 On-Demand Thompson Grants Workshop Pass
  • Receive access to all on-demand Thompson Grants 2024 workshops.
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$1,349.00 Live + On-Demand Thompson Grants Workshop Pass
  • Receive access to all live and on-demand Thompson Grants 2024 workshops.
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Questions or Need Info on Group Pricing?
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You may be able to charge the cost of your Thompson Training to your federal grant(s). For state agencies and other nonfederal entities, under the cost principles of the uniform guidance, there are allowable items of cost for subscriptions (§200.454.(b)) and professional development (§200.472). Please check with your program director, finance officer or granting agency to ensure there is no restriction in the approved grant budget or the award documents.


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