Applying USAID, Center for Disease Control (CDC), and State Department Regulations
All US Government Agencies have additional rules that complement 2 CFR 200, the US Government Uniform Regulations for grants and cooperative agreements. To build strong working relationships and effectively implement a project, it is important for organizations to fully understand each US Government Agency’s regulatory framework. By the end of this two-day course, participants will know how to research, interpret, and apply the specific rules and regulations for these three US Government Agencies:
2 CFR 700: USAID’s supplement to 2 CFR 200
USAID Standard Provisions for US Based Organizations and Non-US Based Organizations
22 CFR 228: USAID Geographic Codes, Source and Nationality
2. State Department
2 CFR 600, 2 CFR 601: The State Department’s Supplement to 2 CFR 200
State Department Standard Terms and Conditions
3. Center for Disease Control(CDC)
45 CFR 75: A Crosswalk between 2 CFR 200 and 45 CFR 75 to highlight differences and confirm all the similarities.
HHS Grants Policy Statement
HHS Efficient Spending Policy: additional allowable and unallowable costs
Participants will learn through interactive, relevant, and practical examples to build confidence in day-to-day management for any USAID, CDC or State Department award. This course will prepare participants for any challenges and empower them to improve their relationships with donor agency
This course is designed for participants that:
1. have completed at least one previous training on the US Uniform Guidance (2 CFR 200).
2. manage grants or cooperative agreements from USAID, CDC and/or the State Department.