Federal Grant Compliance Fundamentals

Webinar • Thursday, July 27, 2023 • 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET

In this one-hour webinar, grants expert, Patrice Davis, will break down the fundamentals of all things compliance. This session will be a valuable and comprehensive opportunity to understand what compliance is, what your responsibilities are as a grantee, how and where to look for proper guidelines, and much more.

Patrice will guide you through the fundamentals of compliance from start to finish providing real life scenarios for you and your team. You’ll also be provided with the opportunity to ask questions and engage with your peers

Register today for Federal Grant Compliance Fundamentals to ensure your organization is following the appropriate policies and procedures to successfully manage your funding.

This webinar will break down the following and more:

  • What is the standard definition of compliance?
  • Agency-specific administrative requirements
  • The difference between 2 CFR 200 and 45 CFR 75
  • General, program-specific, and special conditions in the Notice of Award
  • Your responsibilities as a grantee, pass-through entity and subrecipient
  • …and more!

Reserve your space now for this webinar providing you will the tools and insights you need to successfully manage your federal funding – regardless of where you are in the process

Register now for Federal Grant Compliance Fundamentals

Who Will Benefit:

  • Grants Managers, Grants Specialists, Accounts Payable, Contracts Managers, Contracts Specialists, Project Directors, Finance Specialists, Grant Writers, Development Directors, Program Directors, Post-Grant Award Staff


Patrice Davis Patrice Davis

Patrice Davis is the founder and CEO of Grants Works, a grant consulting company based in Atlanta, GA. Grants Works is an SBA-certified Woman-Owned Small Business that helps organizations, universities and businesses find, obtain, manage, and comply with federal and other government grants. They are federal grant specialists.

Patrice has 15 years of experience managing $131 million in government grants as a recipient, subrecipient, and passthrough entity. Her expertise is enhanced by her experience as a fiscal consultant who conducted monitoring visits of federal grantees and as a public health analyst at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who reviewed compliance elements of research grantees' continuation applications.