Streamlining Grants Management with MIP and SEFA Pro Software
Tribal entities and non-profits that receive federal awards often struggle to manage their grants efficiently, or even correctly, which can lead to costly errors. Simply producing the dreaded Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA report) has been anything but simple, involving a hugely cumbersome and error-prone effort to collect all relevant information manually from many different sources.
Using the right software, however, can greatly streamline the reporting process and ensure that all necessary information is provided in a timely manner. It can even help to generate relevant grant reconciliations throughout the year, and at year-end.
Join members of REDW’s Software Solutions team and National Tribal Practice for a discussion of the benefits of using MIP Fund Accounting software, plus our add-on SEFA Pro module, to manage your federal grants more effectively.
|Corrine Wilson, CPA
Principal and Co-Leader of REDW’s National Tribal Practice
firstname.lastname@example.org | 602.730.3609
Nationally recognized as an expert in tribal government financial management, Corrine heads REDW’s national tribal practice. After serving more than 14 years as an accountant and financial officer for various tribes, including as CFO of a large tribal healthcare organization, Corrine has since worked nearly 20 years in public accounting, performing audits for tribal governments and enterprises. As a NAFOA board member, she was a key contributor to its newly updated Tribal Financial Reporting Guide (the Orange Book), and also serves as a lead instructor for the Tribal Financial Managers Certificate Program through Arizona State University’s American Indian Policy Institute. Corrine is a member of the Ft. McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe of Nevada.
|Mustafa Kamal, CPA, MBA
Principal, REDW Software Solutions
email@example.com | 505.998.3423
As both a Certified Public Accountant and certified MIP Software Trainer, Kamal teaches REDW clients the principles of governmental and nonprofit accounting, as well as MIP accounting systems, and has implemented and supported dozens of accounting software installations. His expertise includes database management, nonprofit accounting software, and cost and managerial accounting.
|Hattie Mitchell, CPA, CFE
Senior Manager/Tribal Consultant
firstname.lastname@example.org | 623.469.0058
A key member of REDW’s National Tribal Practice, Hattie brings significant managerial experience working with a variety of tribal governments and associations – including NAFOA, where she currently serves as Treasurer. She is both a CPA and Certified Fraud Examiner. Hattie is also a member of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, where she has served as an elected Tribal Treasurer.