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Federal Grants for Health Centers

Washington, DC - May 9 & 10, 2018
Training Details
Join FTLF attorneys Ted Waters and Scott Sheffler in Washington, DC for a two-day examination of the key grant management requirements applicable to Health Centers program (Section 330) grants. Among other issues critical to managing Health Center Program funding streams, this in-depth two day training covers special treatment of program income treatment, Health Center budgeting strategies and considerations, managing Health Center subaward relationships, and key cost allowability issues (including Appropriations Act limitations on salaries and certain healthcare activities as well as time and effort documentation requirements). This program combines classroom-style instruction with exercises designed for practical application of the regulatory requirements.


  • Executive Leadership
  • Finance Staff
  • Grant Management Staff
  • Compliance Staff


  1. Understand government-wide grants management requirements impacting Health Center program awards.
  2. Understand Health Center Program specific implementation of key grant management requirements, special areas of flexibility, and particular areas of risk.
  3. Identify strategies for maximizing efficiency and minimizing risk in managing Health Center Program awards.

A Certificate of Attendance is available for the attendee immediately following the completion of the training by clicking "Launch Course" under the registration tab under the registration tab.

Conference participants can earn up to 14 CPE credits in Specialized Knowledge and Applications.

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For additional information and to register for this training, click here