The set of standards required to get federal funding are constantly changing. For more than 40 years, our team has helped programs like yours stay in compliance and be transparent.
Our training provides a power-packed overview of Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) standards, including how to use the framework to establish, measure and communicate outcomes that matter to your community.
Together, we will explain key regulations through examples, stories and best practices. The topics we address include:
- Community engagement
- Human resources
Uniform Guidance training
Our Uniform Guidance training team can help you meet federal grant regulations relating to financial management and administration.
Our team has the experience to keep you compliant and the curiosity to help you meet changing regulations. Our Uniform Guidance (2 CFR Part 200 Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards) doesn’t just recite the regulations.
Our training blends deep explanations, technical assistance, best practices and action planning. Popular topics include:
- Administrative guidelines
- Allowable and unallowable costs
- Audit requirements
- Cost allocation (direct, approved indirect cost rates, and DeMinimis rates)
- Selected items of cost
On-demand training series
Our annual training subscription gives you unlimited access to our training on the topics you ask about the most.
Our board governance series is broken into eight easy-to-view sessions each lasting 30-45 minutes – the perfect length to provide training during a regularly scheduled board meeting but still have time to get other important organization business accomplished.
Your annual training subscription includes the following sessions:
- Two-part board governance overview
- Head Start/Early Head Start topics
- Risk management
- Advice for choosing an auditor
- Audit committee roles and responsibilities
- Reviewing financial statements
- Reviewing the Form 990
Our team can craft unique training experiences for your team.
Our national conference
For more than 20 years, our team packs more than 40 session in three days at our premier training event, our National Conference. Come join us as we:
- Address the new landscape of challenges and outcomes required by your community, funding sources and donors
- Share stories and solutions with a community of others navigating similar issues
- Choose from our largest-ever offering of CPE education
Featured Thought Leader
Brian R. Gaumont
Brian Gaumont is a partner within Wipfli’s nonprofit and government practice. He has over seven years of experience at Wipfli. During this time, Brian has served as an experienced facilitator, working with small and large groups, and specializes in work with grant-funded and community-based nonprofit organizations. His consulting expertise is with organizational development and strategic planning.
Tammy T. Jelinek, MBA
With over 20 years of experience working in and with nonprofit organizations, Tammy engages with leadership teams to strategically align their goals to grow, expand, and meet their mission. She is one of our nationally recognized trainers in the areas of Head Start/Early Head Start regulations, parent engagement, organizational development, organizational culture, human resources, leadership, and management.
Kathleen DuBois, M.A.
Kathleen DuBois is the incoming industry leader of Wipfli’s nonprofit and government practice, serving clients nationally and internationally. Her role entails leading the vision, strategy, operations and resources of the overall practice. During her career, Kathleen has partnered with executives, boards, government officials and staff to guide strategic plans, establish financials, mobilize teams, launch marketing efforts and manage complex projects.