(Recorded Webinar) Subrecipient Relationships and Pass-through Entity Responsibilities
A pass-through entity has significant responsibilities to ensure that not only its own federal awards are managed in compliance with federal requirements, but also that its Subrecipients are in compliance with all applicable regulations, including the Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB’s) Uniform Guidance and program-specific statutes and regulations. In this webinar, FTLF associate attorney L'Kel LIttle discusses the important requirements prescribed by the Uniform Guidance for making, managing, and closing out subawards.
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- The differences between subawards and contracts under grants;
- The specific regulatory requirements that apply when making and managing subawards; and
- Strategies for structuring successful subrecipient relationships.
As of August 2019, L'Kel is no longer with the firm.
A summer associate in 2012 and a law clerk during her last year of law school at the George Washington University Law School, L’Kel joined the firm on a full-time basis upon graduation. As a Senior Associate in the Health Law and Federal Grants practice groups, she assists with the review and revision of bylaws, affiliation agreements, and other contracts. L’Kel helps Federally Qualified Health Centers prepare for HRSA operational site visits and identify compliance risks by assisting with mock on-site reviews and managing compliance risk assessments. To that end, she reviews key policies and procedures and other documents to identify potential gaps in compliance and recommend actions to correct any deficiencies.
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