Governments rely on nonprofit organizations to promote wellbeing in communities by providing services to individuals at all stages of their lives. Yet, governments are not always good partners when it comes to reimbursing nonprofits for the costs of providing those services. That could change for the better – and soon. The federal government recently proposed revisions to the primary law governing government grantmaking – the OMB Uniform Guidance – that could result in greater reimbursements for indirect costs, reduce administrative burdens, and increase transparency. Many nonprofits are asking: What would these changes mean? Do the revisions go far enough? Is there anything I can do to make things better? Learn more by joining the webinar, Fixing the Rules Governing Government Grants, Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 3:00 pm Eastern. This free program is presented by the networks of the National Council of Nonprofits and the National Human Services Assembly. Register now!
- Gil Tran, U.S. Office of Management and Budget (invited)
- Nicole Waldeck, U.S. Office of Management and Budget (invited)
- Kay Sohl, Kay Sohl Consulting, Portland, Oregon
Additional speakers to be announced.