Managing Grant-Acquired Property
Presented by Robert Lloyd
Recorded On: Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Grantees and subgrantees buy all sorts of things to support their federally funded projects — from simple office supplies to equipment, land and buildings. And many, particularly those involved in research and development projects, create property through copyrights and inventions. The rules about how to handle all of this “stuff” once it has been obtained are detailed, confusing and often subject to disagreements. That was illustrated recently when a dispute about a federally funded patent ended with a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Bob Lloyd is an independent management and government relations consultant and a respected authority on policies and practices affecting the acquisition, administration and audit of federal grants and contracts. The former executive director of the Grants Management Advisory Service, he has more than 38 years of experience in federal award implementation and oversight. Prior to starting his consulting practice in Washington, DC in 1982, he had experience administering grants and subgrants for three federally funded organizations. Since then, he has served as a consultant to 16 major federal awardmaking departments and agencies and to recipients, subrecipients, and their professional advisors in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and 18 foreign countries.