Optimizing Your Grant Infrastructure

An Amplifund Webinar Series

Webinar #1: Creating Buy-In for System-Wide Internal Controls

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Creating Buy-In for System-Wide Internal Controls

To ensure program compliance, grant management efficiency, successful audit performance, and maximum impact of grant dollars, governments need to establish effective and comprehensive internal controls for their grants. Creating these, however, does not mean they are adhered to effectively and consistently. In fact, many who have a role in the grant management process are not prepared for the changes and do not understand the benefits.

In this webinar, we'll look at:

  • The internal controls that are essential for grant management
  • How to build the framework for these controls
  • How to socialize the changes to increase adoption and success

You'll walk away with:

  • Our Creating Strong Internal Controls Checklist to better manage your grants, support compliance, and create capacity for your team

Dan Holtz, CGMS, LSSGB

Director of Implementation Services, AmpliFund

Formerly a financial analyst with the Department of Defense, Dan brought his experience aligning systems and processes with the requirements of federal programs to AmpliFund in 2018. A Certified Grant Management Specialist, he oversees a team of implementation leads and also directly manages implementation for a variety of customers. His goal is to instill best practices for data management and process creation to increase drawdown, decrease risk, and amplify the impact of grant programs.

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