USAID Subaward Management
October 25, 2012 ♦ 8:30am-5:00pm
Polana Serena Hotel
Coming to Maputo, Mozambique
Many organizations implement USAID-funded projects which include sub-awards to local organizations. Local organizations are often essential to project success. Organizations need to manage sub-awards in ways that accomplish project objectives while assuring compliance with donor rules and regulations.
The workshop will provide participants with guidance, useful tools and best practices in managing sub-award programs. Groups will return to work with strategies to answer questions such as:
· How do you select, assess and strengthen a local partner?
· What funding mechanism is most appropriate for this subaward?
· How do you monitor program output, performance quality, financial accuracy and regulatory compliance?
What You Will Learn
The workshop teaches participants to select and monitor local partners in a manner that minimizes risk while optimizing program effectiveness. Sub-award management aspects such as selecting a local partner: assessment and risk; engaging a partner: award types, team integration, ingredients for success; monitoring progress: program output, performance quality, financial and regulatory compliance and evaluations/audits; and best practices will be addressed.
· Identify effective approaches to assessing local partners
· Identify criteria for successful engagement of partners and the selection of appropriate award mechanisms
· Learn effective monitoring plan strategies, taking into consideration different circumstances
· Identify special considerations in managing risks unique to USAID funding
Who Should Attend
This workshop will focus on the issues faced by staff that are responsible for managing and monitoring sub-award programs. The topics will be especially useful for program, finance, compliance and grant/contract managers.
The course will involve presentation and small-group work and will contain both information delivery and practical exercises.
What You Will Receive
How do I register?:
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Earn CPE Credits
Participants at the workshop will earn 8 CPE credits and receive a certificate of attendance. The course level is beginner. No advance preparation is required. Delivery method of this program is Group-Live.
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