National Endowment for the Arts Announces "Ask the Grants Office" Webinar for Current NEA Grantees
Washington, DC--The National Endowment for the Arts' Office of Grants and Contracts will present a webinar for current NEA grantees on navigating NEA grant management policies and processes on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 from 3:00-4:00 PM ET at arts.gov. The session is designed for representatives of organizations who have received NEA grants, particularly those who are charged with managing and reporting on their organization's award.
WHAT: NEA Grants Office staff will provide an overview of the office's work, which includes oversight of all post-award activity such as monitoring NEA grants for compliance with agency guidelines and other federal regulations. The presentation will walk grantees through some of the commonly used forms, provide tips on streamlining grant budgets, and highlight some of the most common mistakes and points of confusion for NEA grantees. Webinar attendees also will be able to ask questions on topics ranging from calculating payment requests, to requesting changes to a project, to submitting final reports.
WHO SHOULD REGISTER: Current NEA grant recipients--in particular those who are charged with managing and reporting on their organization's award will find this webinar of most use.
Please note that this session will not address the application process. Information discussed will focus on the responsibilities of organizations that are current NEA grant recipients.
WHEN: Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 3:00 -4:00 PM ET
HOW: Please register in advance. You may listen using your computer's speakers or dial-in to 1-877-685-5350 and use participant code: 739587. Attendees will be muted but able to type in questions and comments through a Q & A text box.
An archive of the webinar will be available on arts.gov in the webinar section shortly after the event.
NOTICE ABOUT REGISTRATION
Due to an overwhelming response, we have reached our capacity for the "Ask the Grants Office" webinar. An archive of the webinar will be available here within 24 hours.
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