This offering covers the benefits of multiple funding streams and the impact on programs and services. The faculty discusses the systems needed to ensure appropriate management of multiple funding streams, programs, and outcomes. The presentation includes an overview of the Uniform Guidance and compliance requirements when managing multiple funding streams. It also reviews the financial systems required to ensure appropriate management of multiple federal and state awards, as well as the enrollment and eligibility processes required to manage services and ensure participants are supported by the appropriate funding sources. The presentation covers strategies for managing multiple funding streams, looking at a combination of participants/clients/patients, providers, and services and includes a discussion of time and effort and its impacts, particularly for providers/employees funded by multiple funding sources. This session includes a case study of a program with multiple funding sources, various services, and multiple funded providers.

This production occurred through the Alive! Maryland program. The original session used the Zoom platform, and featured a question and answer section throughout the training. 

Faculty: Jana Collins, MS

Session Outline

  • Strengths of multiple funding sources
  • Uniform administrative requirements, cost principles, and audit requirements for federal awards
  • Fiscal management expectations
  • Enrollment and eligibility
  • Strategies for managing multiple funding streams
  • Time and effort
  • Case studies

NOTE: This module does NOT award credits.

This webinar discusses the difference between a recipient, a subrecipient, and a contractor and the elements of subrecipient agreements, subawards and contracts. The faculty reviews the Uniform Guidance and the requirements outlined in this document with regards to the recipient/subrecipient relationship and the necessary monitoring processes. This presentation discusses the pre-award screening process and risk assessments to be performed prior to entering into an agreement, as well as the routine monitoring processes needed to ensure continued compliance. The presentation discusses the corrective action process and strategies for recipients to partner with subrecipients to address compliance. Finally, this presentation includes a discussion of policies and procedures and their role in the monitoring process.

Faculty: Jana Collins, MS

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the differences between a recipient, a subrecipient, and a contractor
  • Review components of a subrecipient agreement/contract
  • Discuss the importance of pre-award risk assessments
  • Review monitoring requirements and implementation of monitoring activities  
  • Discuss the difference between and expectations regarding policies and procedures

NOTE: This module does NOT award credits.

Launch Date: 6/6/2023
Subject/Topics: Fiscal management, monitoring processes, corrective action, compliance
Audience: Providers and grantees in Maryland

This session starts with a review of program income requirements. The faculty discuss the definition of program income, sources of program income, and the allowable and unallowable uses or program income in accordance with the Uniform Guidance and Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) programmatic and legislative requirements. The presentation covers the recipient/subrecipient relationship as it relates to program income and the monitoring requirements for tracking and spending program income funds. The faculty use case studies to identify sources of program income and methods for tracking and allocating program income, particularly from multiple funding streams. The speaker wraps up with a discussion of how to budget program income and utilize program income to expand programming and services.

Faculty: Jana Collins, MS

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program program income requirements
  • Describe examples of program income
  • Discuss methods for tracking, monitoring, and spending program income
  • Review methods to budget and spend program income

This session offers extensive case studies illustrating different issues with tracking, monitoring, and spending.

NOTE: This session does not offer continuing education credits.

This webinar will provide participants with an overview of the essential components of budgeting and fiscal health for Maryland providers. 

Learning Objectives 

At the conclusion of this session, you will be able to:

  • Explain why budgeting is important.

  • Identify the common types of budgets (operating budget and capital budget).

  • Describe budget components (revenue and income).

  • Create a contingency plan.

  • Identify bookkeeping best practices.

  • Develop budget justification.

NOTE: This module does NOT award credits.