Tribal Grants Accounting & Financial Management TrainingOnline Training: Tribal Grants Accounting & Financial Management

DETAILS

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Time: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm PDT (both days)
Cost: $495 per participant
Agenda: Click Here
CPE: Earn up to 7.0 CPE credits* at this live, online workshop
Questions?  Email marketing@redw.com or call Carla Salizzoni at 505.998.3248.

OVERVIEW

Whether your Tribe is a long-time recipient of federal grants or is securing such awards for the first time – perhaps in response to the Coronavirus Crisis – it’s important for Tribal Financial Management professionals to understand how to properly account for them and stay in compliance.

Join REDW’s National Tribal Practice team for two successive mornings of highly interactive, online training aimed at helping you navigate complex and often confusing grant requirements. You’ll gain a comprehensive working knowledge of the grant regulations and accounting principles that apply to all federal awards/grants –  including those related to COVID-19 – as well as an understanding of financial management rules that are unique to tribal environments.

OUR TEAM OF INSTRUCTORS

Tom FriendTom Friend, CPA
Principal
tfriend@redw.com | 602.730.3610
Wesley Benally, CPAWesley R. Benally, CPA
Senior Manager | National Tribal Practice Co-Leader
wbenally@redw.com | 602.730.3632
Mike Dierlam, CPAMike Dierlam, CPA
Audit Senior Manager
mdierlam@redw.com | 602.730.3630
Colaine CurtisColaine Curtis, MBA
Accounting Specialist Manager
ccurtis@redw.com | 602.730.3605
Jeremy Johnson, CPAJeremy Johnson, CPA
Audit Manager
jeremy.johnson@redw.com | 405.213.2982

CPE Credit

*Delivery Method: Group Internet Based | Level: Overview | Advance Preparation: None | Prerequisites: None
REDW LLC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. Credit is granted based on a 50-minute hour, only to participants of live sessions who meet stated requirements. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit, as well as of fractional credits. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org. For questions, please call Carla Salizzoni at 505.998.3248.

 

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