In this Indirect Cost and Cost Allocation Plans eLearning course, Karen Norris, a nationally recognized consultant in the grants community, will discuss the changes in the uniform grant guidance related to calculating and charging indirect costs to federal grants. The course will includes:
- an overview on indirect cost rates, including developing and submitting indirect cost rate proposals;
- how the rules governing indirect costs have changed;
- and provide practical examples how agencies can prepare for these changes.
All course participants will receive 7 GPCI Credits
Course Availability2020 Seasonal courses are now available for students to participate on a weekly schedule with other students. This is a 12-week course and takes place over the course of the following weeks:
Winter Session: January 6 - March 30 | Enter WINTER at checkout
Spring Session: April 6 - June 29 | Enter SPRING at checkout
Summer Session: July 6 - September 28 | Enter SUMMER at checkout
Fall Session: October 5 - December 28 | Enter FALL at checkout
On-Demand eLearning: No Promocode needed at checkout
You also have the option to participate at your own pace with on-demand eLearning, which gives you and your team complete control over when and where you choose to engage with the training.
Module 1: Gain Awareness of Direct and Indirect Costs
Module 2: Recognize Changes to Indirect Costs
Module 3: Distinguish Between Different Indirect Cost Rates
Module 4: Identify Formulas for Calculating Indirect Costs
Module 5: Review Considerations to Obtain an Indirect Cost Rate
Module 6: Identify Key Requirements for Cost Allocation Plans
Module 7: Detect Potential Problems with Cost Allocation Plans
Module 8: Recognize Changes to Cost Allocation Plans
- Students 1-9: $395 each
- Students 10-24: $195 each
- Students 25+: $95 each
Karen Norris, is nationally recognized in the grants community as a consultant and Subject Matter Expert (SME) for kanoco - a Karen Norris Company in Gaithersburg, MD. She has experience in grants for more than 20 years, previously for educational institutions in Maryland, as managing editor for Thompson publishing, and currently as a consultant. Norris has served on Boards of Directors of professional associations. She presents at state and national conferences. Norris provided testimony to the Maryland General Assembly about the de minimis indirect rate, and to the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management about grants.