Virtual Recordings

Prior Virtual Training Recordings

We offered a limited number of recent virtual training recordings. Make sure to check back as these will be updated every couple months.

EDGAR 101 (August 8, 2023)

This session is an introduction to the key provisions in EDGAR and the Uniform Guidance on federal grants management. Topics will include diving into the federal regulations on cash management, inventory control, procurement, and allowability. The session is designed for new federal grants professionals or those who would like a refresher on federal regulations that […]


Time and Effort Requirements and Common Pitfalls (July 27, 2023)

In this session, presenters will discuss the time and effort requirements for employees paid with federal funds. The discussion will include the requirements for maintaining time and effort, flexibilities for documentation, and federal guidance on compliance. Additionally, presenters will discuss internal controls that grantees can implement to avoid common pitfalls.


EDGAR 201 (August 10, 2023)

This session will provide a more in-depth review of the requirements and updates to the Education Department General Administrative Regulations in light of the proposal updates to the Uniform Grants Guidance (2 CFR Part 200) which are to be updated this summer! Regardless of those updates, this session will address the most fun of the […]


ESSER Compliance Issues (and How to Fix Them) (August 1, 2023)

Got ESSER compliance issues? Who doesn’t! We will review the top challenges and compliance concerns facing SEAs and LEAs and discuss best practices to try to make corrective actions before you get monitored or audited. We will cover areas like MOEquity, timely obligation, Davis-Bacon compliance, lack of prior approval and more! Often times self-correction can avoid or limit potential […]


Beware the Funding Cliff: Navigating the End of Stimulus Dollars Without Supplanting (and other) Violations (July 25, 2023)

This session will provide information of the possible implications of a funding “cliff” as stimulus dollars come to a close while federal formula funding may see new limits or cuts due to Congressional action on the debt ceiling. Presenters will make comparisons and draw “lessons learned” from previous funding cliffs. Attendees will learn about potential implications […]


Legislative Update (July 20, 2023)

This session will cover recent updates from Congress and the U.S. Department of Education, including status of and estimated funding levels for fiscal year 2024 and new legislative proposals related to education. This session will also review any recent guidance from the U.S. Department of Education on K-12 and higher education and will provide updates on […]


How LEAs and SEAs Can Use CAROI to Address Noncompliance (July 18, 2023)

The U.S. Education Department has encouraged states and locals to use cooperative audit resolution for the past 30 years, and yet this process has gained little traction nationwide. We are finally seeing evidence of more states resorting to this protocol now that it is firmly embraced in the Uniform Guidance. We will discuss what the […]


The 2023 Compliance Supplement: What is It and Why Should You Care? (July 11, 2023)

This session will discuss the 2023 OMB Compliance Supplement, which is the guidebook auditors use to conduct Single Audits of non-federal entities. We will review the latest changes in this year’s supplement, discuss key issues regarding auditing federal programs, and focus on critical language affecting COVID relief programs and the subsequent federal compliance requirements.


Back to School: EDGAR 101 (October 6, 2022)

New to federal education grants? This three-hour workshop will introduce you to your new best friend: EDGAR (the Education Department General Administrative Regulations). We will breakdown the major sections of EDGAR, including the administrative requirements, cost principles and audit requirements within 2 CFR Part 200 (Uniform Grant Guidance), and highlight areas that auditors focus on […]


Required Single Audit Resolution Responsibilities (February 14, 2023)

This session will cover the responsibilities of both the pass-through and the subrecipients once the single audit is conducted. We will discuss the types of violations that are significant, and then a step-by-step approach of what ED expects from both the grantee and subgrantee to correct those violations. We will provide illustrations of the internal […]


Specific Items of Cost (and Time and Effort) (January 26, 2023)

This training will provide an overview of the 57 selected items of costs identified in the Uniform Grant Guidance and review the general provisions for common costs identified in the list, including time and effort. This training will also review the federal requirements for allowable costs and discuss how they may relate to specific cost […]


Title I, A Fiscal (SNS, Allocations, Rank and Serve, Comparability, etc.) (January 24, 2023)

The Office of Elementary and Secondary Education has recently increased its monitoring of the fiscal requirements under Title I, Part A. This session will review the key fiscal requirements found in Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, including supplement not supplant, allocations, rank and serve, and comparability. The session will […]


Title I: New Guidance, Oversight, and Frequently Asked Questions (January 19, 2023)

Are you new to federal programs? Do you wish you knew more about what other programs can pay for? This webinar will provide an overview of the Title I program and how funding is allocated and should be spent, using the lens of ED’s Title I-A program monitoring tool. It will note key differences between […]


Avoiding Fraud – Procurement Best Practices (July 13, 2023)

This session will review recent and top findings in procurement that could have been avoided had internal controls been in place! Fraud, waste, and abuse is an ongoing problem but the amount of fraud cases that arise from procurement outweigh any other area in federal grants management. Join us to learn about the rules and best practices […]


Financial Management and Cost Principles (January 17, 2023)

This virtual training will review the financial management and allowable cost sections of 2 CFR Part 200 – Uniform Administrative Cost Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (the Uniform Guidance, or UGG). All non-federal entities must maintain proper cash management procedures. This webinar will discuss the applicable financial management rules, including how […]


Virtual Training Details and FAQs

  • Costs
  • CPE Information
  • Virtual Recordings FAQs

$245.00 for 90-minute Online Recording (available via internet, no CPE credits awarded)

$495.00 for Online Recording (available via internet, no CPE credits awarded) longer than 2 hours

Attendees can receive a 10% discount for ordering 3 or more recordings. Please enter the coupon code 10off at checkout. Discounts must be entered at the time of registration and can not be combined. NO refunds will be provided. Any discounts incorrectly entered will be invalidated and invoices will be reissued for the corrected amount.


Refunds for recorded trainings are only permitted prior to a registrant being emailed the link to the recording. Since the links are sent as soon as the order is confirmed, it is unlikely that purchases for recorded webinars are eligible for a refund.

CPE Information

Can I receive CPE credits for viewing the recording?

  • Unfortunately not at this time. Given the NASBA requirements we are not able to provide credit for watching a recorded presentation.

Virtual Recordings FAQs

What platform do you use for the recordings?

  • The Bruman Group, PLLC currently uses BigMarker, as its virtual events platform. You should not need anything special on your computer to view the recording.


Do I receive a copy of the handouts with my recording?

  • Yes, you may download a copy of the handout for the recording by clicking on the Handouts icon in the options taskbar found at the bottom of the video. If you have any issues, email us at

When will I receive the online recording?

  • Access to the recording will be emailed as soon as your purchase is completed.

Is there a limit to how many times I can view the recording?

  • No, You may then watch it as many times as you choose. We typically retire our webinars after one year, but we may archive them earlier if there are major legal changes that impact the substantive content of the webinar.

How long are the virtual recordings?

  • Unless otherwise stated in the summary, our virtual trainings are 90 minutes (usually 75 minutes of training with approximately 15 mins for questions). While you can not ask questions during the recording you will be able to view and hear questions asked during the live session.