South Texas College Workshop for All Texas Federal Education Grantees

Changes to Federal Grants Management and Federal Education and Workforce Requirements

November 13, 2019

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Student Union Building – South Texas College

McAllen, TX

Each attendee will receive a copy of the new EDGAR book and new Perkins V book.

Fee for the workshop is $210


Payment can also be made with a check or purchase order. Payment and registration are separate processes. You must also register for the conference.

Despite efforts at deregulation coming out of Washington, DC, there have been significant changes to the world of federal grants management for colleges and districts. OMB has once again changed the rules on procurement. All grantees need to update their internal controls on inventory, cash management, allowability, travel, and procurement. Grantees are now completing their second full year under WIOA and AEFLA, and an updated Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act brings new requirements for States, districts, and colleges as implementation begins, including conducting a local needs assessment. 

South Texas College is pleased that Brustein and Manasevit, PLCC, a recognized national authority, will discuss how all of these pieces fit together. They will explain the strategies necessary to ensure that particular costs(salaries, equipment, consumables, travel, professional development) are allowable under EDGAR and the program statutes (Higher Education Act, Perkins Act, Adult Education and Family Literacy Act, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act), and they will walk through the changes from Perkins IV to Perkins V. This session will also provide attendees with updates on workforce and higher education-related issues from the 116th Congress.