CDBG Subrecipient Management/Underwriting 3-Day Training

National Community Development Association

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Tuesday, August 6, 2019, 9 a.m.
Thursday, August 8, 2019, 4:30 p.m. PDT

Santa Rosa, CA, United States

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Overview

The National Community Development Association (NCDA) is pleased to announce the delivery of a three-day course covering the management of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) subrecipients. A CDBG grantee has much latitude in how to use subrecipients, but this course focuses on subrecipients engaged in delivering public service activities. The management and oversight principles are applicable for all Consolidated Plan program subrecipient activities.

The course follows the CDBG subrecipient management process linearly, starting with establishing priorities in the Consolidated Plan and concluding with HUD’s role in overseeing the grantee’s relationship with its subrecipients. Participants will be introduced to important CDBG subrecipient management concepts mandated in 2 CFR 200 with an emphasis on internal controls and financial management requirements, followed by a review of portions of 24 CFR 570 pertinent to meeting national objectives and delivering public service activities. 

Resource URL

https://ncdaonline.org/cdbg/

Speakers

John Callow

Invited Speaker

John Callow served as Community Development Director for the City of Murfreesboro (TN) from 2006 until his retirement in 2019. He served on NCDA’s Board of Directors from 2007 until his retirement. He served two terms as President of NCDA’s Region IV organization. As co-chair of NCDA’s ... Read More

Rita Pribyl

Invited Speaker

Rita Pribyl is a former president of the National Community Development Associate. For 30 years she worked for the City of Davenport Iowa. In her role as Senior Manager of its Community and Economic Development Department she was responsible for the administration and oversight of many federally funded programs including ... Read More

Contact Info

Stephen Gartrell, sgartrell@ncdaonline.org