OVC tribal grantees are invited to learn how to submit and edit the quarterly Federal Financial Report (FFR). This webinar recording will: explain the purpose of the FFR form, share why accurate and
timely filing of FFRs is critical, review the filing deadlines for FFRs, demonstrate the steps for FFR submission, and describe the actions taken during closeout.
Conducted on August 11, 2022
OVC tribal grantees and those seeking OVC grant funding are invited to learn the difference between supplanting, supplementing and duplicative costs. This webinar recording covers: differences between supplementing and supplanting in a program/project budget, definition of duplicative costs, budgeting examples of supplementing, supplanting, and duplicative costs, and strategies to avoid supplanting and duplicative costs.
Conducted on November 17, 2021
OVC FY 2021 Tribal Victim Services Set-Aside (TVSSA) Formula Grant Program: Braving the Budget (Budget Development)
FY 21 TVSSA Formula Program invitees were encouraged to attend this webinar for information about the budget development portion of the application. The webinar recording covers: provide an overview of developing the budget for the FY21, TVSSA Formula Program application, and identify tools and resources to facilitate the application process.
Conducted on May 12, 2021
OVC tribal grantees and those seeking OVC grant funding are invited to learn about core competencies of grant management. This webinar recording covers: specific competencies associated with grant management, requirements and responsibilities necessary to attain each competency, and tools for documenting how each competency has been met.
Conducted on December 16, 2020
OVC tribal grantees and those seeking OVC grant funding are invited to learn about single audit and corrective action plans. This webinar recording covers: three types of grantee "audits", objectives of the Single Audit, what the Single Audit report is and when to file it, and resources to prevent audit findings.
Conducted on September 23, 2020
OVC tribal grantees and those seeking OVC grant funding are invited to learn about budget modifications and reforecasting. This webinar recording covers: a recap of Webinar 4: Budgets (Policies and Procedures, the 6-step budget development process, and how to create and submit a GAN), ways to monitor a budget and address variance, how to recognize when and why to reforecast your budget, and the purpose of a budget modification GAN.
Conducted on August 26, 2020
OVC tribal grantees and those seeking OVC grant funding are invited to learn about procurement. This webinar recording covers: what procurement is and why it is important, why a procurement policy
is necessary, methods of procurement, and procurement issues in Indian Country.
Conducted on July 15, 2020
OVC tribal grantees and those seeking OVC grant funding are invited to learn about budgets. This webinar recording covers: budget development practices and how they pertain to tribal entity and project budgets, building blocks of a budget policy and steps for budget development, and how to submit a budget Grant Adjustment Notice (GAN).
Conducted on May 19, 2020
OVC tribal grantees and those seeking OVC grant funding are invited to learn about direct and indirect costs. This webinar recording covers: how to create a cost allocation plan and why they are important, criteria to determine if a cost is allowable (direct or indirect), and steps to prepare an indirect cost rate proposal.
Conducted on March 30, 2020
Grantees and applicants are invited to learn how an effective and efficient financial management system enables accurate, current, and complete disclosure of financial information while providing oversight and protection of federal funds.
Attendees reviewed and learned how to comply with grant agreements including when and how to submit administrative, financial, and audit reports; how to draw down grant funds; and our most frequently requested topic – how to execute budget modifications.
OVC TFMC hosted its first webinar on Post-Award Grant Management on November 14, 2019, with more than 100 participants.