This workshop provides U.S. and non-U.S. NGO employees with a detailed overview of USAID scholarships and cooperation agreements, as well as strategies for successful reward and program management. At the end of this course, you can: whether you`re new to the USAID program or have years of program experience, this highly participatory workshop will show you how to apply the rules for the benefit of your project, your collaborators and your organization. Whether you`re new to the USAID program or have years of experience in the program, this highly participatory workshop shows you how to apply the rules to benefit your project, your collaborators and your organization. Our experienced moderators guide you step by step through the regulations and show you how to interpret key concepts in administrative requirements, cost principles and standard rules. You return to your project to find answers to questions about your price, from “laptops are allowed” to “Does my international trip need prior authorization” to “How do I take care of a vehicle?” In addition to maintaining donor compliance, you will also learn how to build close working relationships with USAID and develop strategies for successful management of your grant or cooperation agreement. If the organization is unable to reach an agreement with the aforementioned officials, speak to our Agency Mediator. Do you know that the cost of training is covered by your grant or cooperation agreement? This course covers many rules and regulations related to USAID funding and aims to improve the ability of NGO staff to effectively manage their programs and maintain respect for donors. Whether you`re new to promoting USAID or have years of program experience, this highly participatory course gives you the skills and knowledge to safely implement complex rule guidelines. (a) Religious organizations have the right, on the same basis as any other organization, to participate in a USAID program in which they can do the trick by other means. In selecting service providers, neither USAID nor the agencies that conduct and manage USAID subfunds can discriminate or misrepresent an organization because of the religious character or membership of the organization.

As stated in this section, the term “program” refers to federally funded USAID grants and cooperation agreements, including partial grants and partial agreements. The duration also includes grants awarded under contracts awarded by USAID to manage support programs. As is used in this section, the term “beneficiary” refers to a grant recipient or a signatory to a cooperation agreement, as well as a sub-recipient of U.S. aid through grants, cooperation agreements and contracts. Yes, 2 CFR 200.472 says, “The cost of initial and continuing training for staff development is eligible.” Even if it wasn`t budgeted, you`ll learn that regulations give you flexibility in managing and revising your budget. (f) No grant document, contract, contract, contract, memorandum of understanding, policy or regulation used by USAID requires religious organizations to ensure that they do not use funds or property for explicitly religious activities (including activities involving basic religious content such as worship, religious education or proselytization).

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