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In the wake of recent Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and wildfires in California, the US government is supporting emergency management efforts through contracts and grants for goods and services necessary to stabilize the emergencies. In addition to the immediate emergency spend to restore impacted areas, hazard mitigation funds will be committed to limit the impact of future disasters in affected areas. Contractors and grant recipients need to understand the key requirements attached to this funding to avoid noncompliance and adverse financial impact.

Participants will obtain critical knowledge about:
  • The applicable regulations (e.g. 2 CFR 200, FAR 31, FEMA Published Guidance)
  • Government oversight (audits, investigations and prime entity oversight)
  • Necessary controls and processes for managing disaster recovery and hazard mitigation grants and contracts
  • Risks and common pitfalls for organizations in this space 
This session will be valuable for:
CFOs, controllers and supporting staff; OGCs; chief compliance officers and government compliance leads; internal audit staff; project managers on disaster recovery grants and contracts.

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