Project Description

GRT 201: Grants and Agreements Management

This course is an overview of a Grants Officer’s work. Grants, cooperative agreements, and technology investment agreements are discussed using real-life examples. Assistance transactions are touched upon, but not transactions used to carry out prototype projects, which involve acquisitions instead of assistance.

Learning Objectives

  • Given reading materials, discuss historical and current laws applicable to grants and agreements.
  • Given a scenario, select the most appropriate instrument (grant, agreement, other assistance document, or procurement contract) in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and other appropriate references.
  • Given applicable Federal statutes, DoD regulations, and a scenario, determine the appropriate steps for a specific non-procurement instrument during the pre-award assistance process
  • Given applicable Federal statutes, DoD regulations, and scenario, determine the appropriate steps for a specific non-procurement instrument during the award phase
  • Given applicable Federal statutes, DoD regulations, and scenario, determine the appropriate steps for a specific non-procurement instrument during the post-award phase.
  • Given an objective (Congressional, public benefit, or other) and request for Government support (money, technology, data, cost sharing, or other resources), justify the appropriate action for Government involvement (grant, agreement, Technology Investment Agreement (TIA), or other transaction).

Course Details

  • Graded Materials Include: Case Studies, Practical Exercises, Attendance of all Instructional Hours, and End of Course Test

 

Course ID

GRT 201

Course Length

3 Days

CLPs

24

Delivery Method

Course is available In-Person and Virtually

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