Grant management education for tribal governments and their enterprises continues to be a key initiative for NAFOA. To help tribes comply with the OMB Super Circular, NAFOA will host a three-part webinar series as a way for our community to gain important knowledge on numerous provisions of the guidance that affect tribal government finance. Join us to learn about the new regulations, and more importantly, how to implement them into your tribe's accounting processes.
With increased pressure on the federal government to make purchasing more accountable, there is a growing importance to have solid purchasing processes in place in tribal governments. This webinar will highlight provisions in the Super Circular, now containing five different selection methods for procurement, including: micro-purchases, small purchase procedures, sealed bids, competitive proposals, andnoncompetitive proposals.
The OMB Super Circular: Part 2 - Indirect Cost Rates: Why it Matters to Tribal Governments
The OMB Super Circular highlighted the importance of the internal control requirement in meeting the guidance's goal of minimizing fraud, waste, and abuse. This webinar supports tribal governments' ability to manage more effectively and efficiently by developing a plan for monitoring spending and implementing a plan of action for when irregularities occur.