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FEDERAL GRANTS WEBINAR SERIES



WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO PERFORM FEDERAL GRANTS AND HOW THEY DIFFER FROM FEDERAL CONTRACTS
October 29 at 12:00 p.m. EDT | Sponsored by Wiley Rein LLP


Join us for Part Two of Wiley Rein's webinar series on the opportunities and risks of diversifying your business through federal grant awards.

As federal contract dollars have declined in recent years, government contractors have looked for federal grant opportunities as a way of diversifying their business. Federal grants and cooperative agreements also serve as key sources of funding for commercial organizations for the development of new technologies for sale to commercial and government customers. Although grants do not contain all of the terms and conditions of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)-based contracts, similar regulatory and compliance risks are involved in the application and performance of federal grants.  

This second webinar in our series of three will cover: 
  • Key terms of federal grants and how they compare to federal contracts;
  • Implementation of new requirements from the “Super Circular”;
  • Accounting, compliance, and reporting systems for grantees; and
  • Grant closeout and audit requirements.
Who Should Attend?
  • Government Contractors
  • Contract Administrators
  • Grants Management Professionals
  • In-House Counsel for Government Contractors and Grant Recipients
  • Organizations Seeking Federal Grant Opportunities


About the Presenters...
John R. Prairie - Partner, Wiley Rein LLP
John’s practice includes a broad range of litigation, counseling, and transactional matters for companies that do business with federal, state, and local governments. He has particular expertise assisting small and emerging firms, as well as commercial and international companies with a limited footprint in the U.S. government market, with navigating the complex requirements of doing business with the federal Government.

Margaret Matavich - Associate, Wiley Rein LLP
Margaret counsels and represents government contractors on a broad range of government contracting issues, including bid protests, contract claims and disputes, subcontracting issues, and compliance with procurement integrity laws.

Anthony Grimaldi - Manager, PwC LLP
Anthony is a manager in PwC's Advisory practice, based in New York. He provides clients with in-depth analysis and advice regarding compliance with accounting, regulatory, and reporting requirements related to federally funded awards, with particular emphasis on awards funded by the Department of Energy (DOE).
Wiley Rein’s Government Contracts Practice, one of the largest in the country, includes more than 40 experienced attorneys and consultants who provide the full range of government contracts legal counseling and litigation services. Our clients span virtually all industries—defense and aerospace, intelligence, information technology, professional services, telecommunications, health care, architectural & engineering, and construction services. Clients turn to us for our deep expertise, strong “bench,” and ability to craft legally sound solutions that meet their business objectives while controlling costs. Because of our successes and reputation for client service, Wiley Rein is consistently ranked by Chambers USA in the top tier of the nation’s government contracts practices. For more information go to http://www.wileyrein.com/practices-GovernmentContracts.html