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Demystifying Staff Time Tracking Across Multiple Funders

For your convenience, you can download the webinar slides here.

Do you have staff working on programs supported by multiple grants? Are you worried about over-allocating staff costs to grants and misusing funds? Is your organization ready for the increased grant compliance that comes with federal funding?

Accurately managing staff salaries across multiple grants is a challenge for grant funded organizations. In this webinar, Julie introduced practical methods and techniques for projecting, tracking, and documenting how your grant dollars are being used to support your personnel costs.

Watch this on-demand session to learn how to:

  • Track staffing costs across multiple grant awards
  • Compare upcoming staffing needs with grant budgets to prevent double dipping or shortfalls
  • Use desk audits to allocate staff time to various programs
  • Record staff time and effort for federal grants

Viewers will come away better equipped to steward grants ethically, avoid misusing funds, and position their organization for larger federal grants.

Download your GPC CEU certificate of completion here!

About the Author

Julie Assel, President/CEO of Assel Grant Services, and has over 20 years of experience as a grant professional providing consulting and training across the grant lifecycle from research and strategy to reporting and closeout. She works with organizations both large and small writing and managing foundation; corporate; and local, state, and federal government grants. She is one of only three approved trainers through the Grants Professionals Association who is also holds the Grant Professionals Certified (GPC) credential through the Grant Professionals Certification Institute (GPCI) and the Certified Grant Management Specialist (CGMS) through the National Grants Management Association (NGMA). Her trainers are all approved for continuing education by GPCI and CFRE International. She and her team of 20 grant professionals have brought over $400 million to nonprofits, educational institutions, healthcare systems, and government agencies.

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