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Ryan White Program Income- How Do I Account for It, What Can I Spend It On?

Washington, DC - June 5 & 6, 2018
Training Details

The Health Resources and Services Administration (“HRSA”) HIV/Aids Bureaus (“HAB”) has issued a considerable amount of guidance regarding program income over the past two years. That guidance has addressed HAB treatment of “340B program income,” attribution of program income among federal projects when grantees have multiple funding streams, and permissible and impermissible uses of RWHAP program income. FTLF attorneys Jason Reddish and Scott Sheffler combine their experience in 340B, federal grant management, and cost allocation to detail and explain HAB’s issuances, and discuss strategies for navigating these requirements. One of the problems grantees face with HAB’s guidance is that, while conceptually straight forward, it can be very difficult to apply to complex health care operation. This two day dive into this critical issue will include practical application of these requirements to real world scenarios, and discussion of strategies for successfully managing, and properly expending, one’s program income.


Ryan White (RWHAP) grantee:

  • CEOs
  • CFOs
  • Other Finance Department staff


  • Understand what constitutes program income under a federal grant, including income related to 340B drugs.
  • Understand the limitations applicable to RWHAP program income.
  • Learn requirements for properly accounting for program income.
  • Discuss strategies for expenditure of program income generated through RWHAP activities.

Conference participants can earn up to 11 CPE credits in Specialized Knowledge and Applications.

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