Virtual Training

How to Conduct a Risk Self-Assessment for Federal Programs

January 22, 2020

1:00 pm EST

Course Description:

The Uniform Grant Guidance requires all non-federal entities to maintain effective internal control over their federal awards that provides reasonable assurance that the entity is managing that award in compliance with federal statutes, regulations, and the terms and conditions of the award itself.  Such controls should be in compliance with certain standards that include assessing a non-federal entity’s risk of noncompliance.  Conducting such an assessment requires specific knowledge of applicable grant rules, a comprehensive review of internal policies and procedures, and an honest assessment of the entity’s adherences to grant rules and regulations.

This webinar will discuss the key areas that any risk assessment must include, as well as discussion of best practices for organizing and completing a risk self-assessment.  The session will cover the basics of an assessment, who should be involved, the questions everyone should be asking, and proper follow-up techniques on corrective actions.


$245.00 for Live Webinar

$245.00 for Online Recording (available via internet, no CPE credits awarded)

$350.00 for both Live Webinar and Online Recording


Cancellations must be submitted in writing to at least 48 hours prior to any webinar to receive a full refund.


Payment can also be made with a check or purchase order.  Payment and registration are separate processes.  You must also register for the specific webinar you wish to attend.

Who Will Benefit?

This webinar is of value to all federal granting agencies, federal grant recipients, and everyone who works with federal grants, including:

  • Grant and program administrators
  • Grant program staff
  • State, district and school personnel
  • Program monitors
  • Auditors

What Will You Learn?

By the end of the webinar, attendees will learn:

  • What federal rules govern the requirements for internal controls.
  • What are the basic standards for internal controls and what do those standards say about risk. 
  • How should a non-federal entity organize a risk self-assessment.
  • The need for corrective actions to mitigate identified risks.

CPE Information


1.5 CPE Credits awarded upon completion of the audio conference (as verified through attendee participation checks throughout the webinar) and post-conference survey.*


75 minutes of presentation then time for questions (no longer than 90 minutes total).


Your office or conference room, per internet connection


Specialized Knowledge – Technical






Group-Internet Based

The CPE credit(s) may be accepted as continuing legal education credits or other applicable credits in your state; however, attendees are responsible for their own credit approval and for meeting any state requirements. Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC makes no guarantee or assurance that the CPE credits received will apply to any other program or state requirements.

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