With so many different types of costs, such as salaries and wages, travel, board expenses, supplies and materials, occupancy expenses, communications, professional services and depreciation, it’s understandable why so many grants professionals are perplexed by indirect costs.
If your executive director travels to a regional office for a quarterly organizational update meeting, is that an indirect or direct cost?
What about when a board member travels to/from your board meetings?
Is the salary of your office manager an indirect or direct cost?
What about the salary of your executive director?
Learn the distinctions between indirect and direct costs, applicable federal policies affecting indirect costs and how to prepare an indirect cost proposal in this 90-minute webinar featuring attorney and grants law specialist Stacia Le Blanc. Ms. Le Blanc will provide regulatory insight and best practices to help you navigate the challenging area of indirect costs. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions during the live Q&A portion of the webinar.
- Overview of direct and indirect costs and key differences
- Current federal policies affecting indirect costs
- Tips for understanding the applicable policies and putting them into action
- Best practices for working with the federal government on indirect cost rates
- Common indirect cost mistakes you’ll want to avoid
Who Should Attend:
- Anyone involved with indirect costs for federal grants
- Grants Officers
- Program Managers
- Financial Managers
Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Your office or conference room, per telephone connection
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