Time and Effort Reporting on Your Federal Grants: New Name, Old Problem

Federal Fund Management Advisor

Address your top federal grant documentation vulnerability. In many federal grant budgets, the sum of salaries, wages and fringe benefits constitutes the biggest “chunk of change.” Auditors refer to those costs as “material.” So it shouldn’t be surprising that support for the charges often constitutes the number one documentation vulnerability for recipients and subrecipients. The diverse list of organizations that have gotten into trouble on the subject is long and distinguished. So when the U.S. Office of Management and Budget launched its federal grant reform initiative a couple of years ago, it sought to address this troublesome policy area. Largely responding to comments that previous rules were overly prescriptive, OMB crafted a uniform policy with a new name — “standards for documentation of personnel expenses.” But, when you scratch the surface, it’s still all about time and effort reporting.
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Capitalizing on Cloud: Transforming Government IT

Waset

Federal agencies have been encouraged to “cloudify” what they can to save resources and drive innovative new ways of serving the citizen. Most public and private sector organizations are pursuing the twin sirens of lower operating costs and greater agility by focusing on migrating applications and data to the cloud.
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Data Management: Bringing Silicon Valley Innovation to Government

Rubrik

Is your agency struggling to migrate away from legacy technologies to more modern, cost-effective approaches like the cloud? As the amount of information generated by government agencies grows exponentially, the need to easily and securely manage that information grows as well. Whether physical or virtual, on-premises, at the edge or in the cloud, agencies are aiming to simplify their data center environments while using their information as an asset.
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Australian Citizenship Practice Exams|Government and the law in Australia S1

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Australian Citizenship Practice Exams Government and the law in Australia |Australian Government S1. Prepare for Australian Citizenship Test with this free handy app containing 600 questions to help you practice. Enjoy a collection of 500 notes across various topics for The Australian Citizenship Test exam preparation, arranged by Subjects, modules and chapters.
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Cloud Computing and the Government Sector Understanding the Cloud Architecture and Requirements

CSIAC

doption of cloud computing requires a thorough understanding of its purpose, characteristics, underlying technologies, service models, and the standards that govern its deployment. This webinar will discuss the fundamental features of cloud computing, service models, deployment models, business models, and provide a brief overview of major providers. Further discussion will focus on the interpretation and implementation of cloud computing standards, beginning with Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) and continuing with emerging FedRAMP Plus requirements.
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