OMB Uniform Guidance Webinar: What the Updates Mean for Nonprofits

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Last month, the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released its major rewrite of the Uniform Guidance, the set of common rules governing most federal grantmaking to charitable nonprofits, state, local, and Tribal governments, and others, effective on Oct. 1, 2024. The newly released rewrite addresses longstanding problems in covering nonprofits' actual costs, advances equity by making grants accessible to more organizations and communities, and makes other significant reforms that will reduce bureaucratic barriers and burdens and costs of seeking, performing, and reporting on grants using federal funds.

The networks of the National Council of Nonprofits are hosting a special, nationwide free webinar, OMB Uniform Guidance: What the Updates Mean for Nonprofits, on Thursday, May 30 at 3:30 – 4:30 pm Eastern to make sure charitable nonprofits know about the significant improvements to the Uniform Guidance, and what the changes mean for their missions.

Officials with the federal Office of Management and Budget, Deidre Harrison and Steven P. Mackey, will provide an overview of the Uniform Guidance, the new revisions, and the implementation timeline. Additional experts from the National Council of Nonprofits and our networks will share real-life examples of improvements for charitable nonprofits.

Download Info for a PDF summary of the major changes affecting charitable nonprofits as analyzed by the National Council of Nonprofits and our partners at the Kentucky Nonprofit Network.

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May 30, 2024
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FREE
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OMB Uniform Guidance Webinar: What the Updates Mean for Nonprofits

Event

Last month, the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released its major rewrite of the Uniform Guidance, the set of common rules governing most federal grantmaking to charitable nonprofits, state, local, and Tribal governments, and others, effective on Oct. 1, 2024. The newly released rewrite addresses longstanding problems in covering nonprofits' actual costs, advances equity by making grants accessible to more organizations and communities, and makes other significant reforms that will reduce bureaucratic barriers and burdens and costs of seeking, performing, and reporting on grants using federal funds.

The networks of the National Council of Nonprofits are hosting a special, nationwide free webinar, OMB Uniform Guidance: What the Updates Mean for Nonprofits, on Thursday, May 30 at 3:30 – 4:30 pm Eastern to make sure charitable nonprofits know about the significant improvements to the Uniform Guidance, and what the changes mean for their missions.

Officials with the federal Office of Management and Budget, Deidre Harrison and Steven P. Mackey, will provide an overview of the Uniform Guidance, the new revisions, and the implementation timeline. Additional experts from the National Council of Nonprofits and our networks will share real-life examples of improvements for charitable nonprofits.

Download Info for a PDF summary of the major changes affecting charitable nonprofits as analyzed by the National Council of Nonprofits and our partners at the Kentucky Nonprofit Network.

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May 30
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