Course ID: ADA-100

What Happens When Government Shuts Down: Impact on Federal Employees, Grantees & Government Contractors

For government employees, Federal grantees and government contractors, a government shut-down creates uncertainty. This session will address how a shut-down impacts your organization. The governing regulation is the Anti-Deficiency Act (ADA).


Learning Objectives
  • Recognize how the shut-down impacts you or your organization
  • Identify what will happen during a lapse of funding per the ADA.

Major Topics
  • The Anti-Deficiency Act
  • What happens during a lapse of funding when incurring new obligations, continued performance and federal disbursements
  • Can a non-furloughed Federal employee perform other work?
  • We will review the OMB guidance and the steps your organization may consider.

Who Should Attend

Federal employees, government contractors (personnel), public accountants that are involved with Governmental Audits; Consultants that need updated understanding of the ADA; Executive directors, COO, CFO; Director of grants or finance that have a significant amount of Federal awards, grant administrators, principal investigators (PI) and other program personnel charged with managing grants with nonprofits; hospitals; Institutes of higher education; state and local, tribal units of government; Federal personnel; even commercial firms engaged with Federal awards and contracts.


Fields of Study
Accounting (Governmental)

Prerequisites

none


Provider
Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits
1.0

Level
Basic

This course is available for your group as:

 

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