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Grants Management Curriculum

According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office, the federal government awarded approximately $675 billion in grants to state and local governments. However, despite steps taken by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the Office of Management and Budget, and the Chief Financial Officers Council, providing quality training to the grants workforce remains a challenge.

Graduate School USA’s new Grants Curriculum focuses on both technical and professional competencies identified by OPM to:

  • Understand the grants process life cycle from pre-award to audit and close-out to audit;
  • Develop and implement strategies to effectively monitor Federal grant recipients; and
  • Learn and relate Federal cost principles to effectively develop and oversee Federal grants.

New Grants Management Courses

Introduction to Grants Management (GRNT7015D)
Gain an overview of Federal grants topics and terminology, roles and responsibilities, and rules and regulations – including the new Uniform Administrative Requirements at 2 CFR 200, commonly called the Super Circular.

Grants Performance Management and Monitoring (GRNT7035D)
Focus on the unique performance management, measurement, and monitoring issues for grants and grant-funded programs, and enhance your awareness of performance issues relating to both achievement of program goals and effective and efficient management of program resources.

The Effective Grants Manager (GRNT7025D)
Explore the critical steps toward increasing economy, efficiency and effectiveness of grants and grant-funded programs, and explore current issues and events in grants management along with how to successfully prepare for a grant audit.

Auditing Grants (AUDT7407G)
Gain an awareness of the unique challenges faced by grant and program managers; the entities receiving the grants; and auditors, and an overview of the grants process.