Reminder: Grant-Based Accounting for CDBG Grantees Webinar - July 29, 2015 - 2:00 PM EDT 


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Reminder: Grant-Based Accounting for CDBG Grantees Webinar - July 29, 2015 - 2:00 PM EDT 


This webinar to be held on July 29, 2015, is designed for CDBG grantees as an introduction to Grant-Based Accounting principles and practices.
Participants will learn:
  • The reason for the change to Grant-Based Accounting for FY 2015 and beyond
     
  • How the “Division of Funding Sources” will operate in IDIS
     
  • The mechanics of revising vouchers
     
  • The impact of expenditure deadlines
     
  • The impact on the Action Plan and CAPER
     
  • Where to find updated GBA information on the HUD Exchange
     
  • How to obtain answers to additional questions (via the IDIS AAQ desk)

Who Should Attend?

Registration will be limited to one staff member per grantee only in order to accommodate as many grantee organizations as possible.
The Grant-Based Accounting for CDBG Grantees Webinar is relevant to CDBG grantees (including Entitlement Communities, States, Insular Areas, Non-Entitlement Counties in Hawaii), and IDIS users. This webinar is limited to 1,500 participants and registration for this training will close either once maximum capacity has been reached or one hour prior to the webinar start time – whichever occurs first.

Training Point of Contact

Deirdre Tomlinson | 781.373.7073 | ATT@air.org
To find out more information about upcoming trainings and access materials from previously held trainings, go to HUD Exchange Training and Events.

Registering for the Grant-Based Accounting for CDBG Grantees Webinar

Access the registration page below and then select Register Now on the right side of the page.
  • Grant-Based Accounting for CDBG Grantees Webinar
If you have not yet registered for an HUD Exchange Learn account:
  1. Select Create an Account
  2. Enter your information on Steps 1 and 2 of teh registration page
  3. Select Register
  4. You will be brought directly to the course detail page in HUD Exchange Learn and an email containing your username will be sent to you. Keep this for future use.
  5. Select the checkbox next to the class name and location and then select Enroll in this Class
If you have already registered for an HUD Exchange Learn account:
  1. Enter your Username and Password; select Log in
  2. If prompted to fill out additional information, please do so, and select Update
  3. You will be brought directly to the course detail page in HUD Exchange Learn
  4. Select the checkbox next to the class name and location and then select Enroll in this Class
If you are unsure if you have an HUD Exchange Learn account:
  • Go to the HUD Exchange Login page, and enter your email address into the field: Forget Username or Password?
  • If a username for that email address already exists, you will receive an email with a temporary password that you can use to follow the steps above. If not, you’ll receive an error message.

Additional Instructions

Additional instructions and screenshots are available in the HUD Exchange Learn User Guide. After you have successfully registered for HUD Exchange Learn, you can register for upcoming trainings/webinars.


Register Today: 2015 HMIS System Administrator Summer Training Series - July 29, August 26, and September 30, 2015 - 1 PM EDT

 
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development HUD Exchange Mailing List

Register Today:
2015 HMIS System Administrator Summer Training Series - July 29, August 26, and September 30, 2015 - 1 PM EDT


HUD National HMIS TA providers will be conducting a series of three webinars intended to provide guidance on the topics listed below:
  • July 29th, 2015 at 1 PM EDT - HMIS Data Standards critical changes & clarification of "Consent to Share" vs. "Consent to Collect"
  • August 26th, 2015 at 1 PM EDT - Changes to HMIS reporting requirements
  • September 30th, 2015 at 1 PM EDT - Understanding how HMIS will be used to calculate System Performance Measures

Who Should Attend?

These webinars are relevant to HMIS Leads, HMIS System Administrators, and CoCs. This webinar is limited to 1,000 participants and registration for this training will close 1 day before the webinar begins.

Training Point of Contact

Dan Fox | 240-582-3639 | Daniel.fox@cloudburstgroup.com
To find out more information about upcoming trainings and access materials from previously held trainings, go to HUD Exchange Training and Events.

Registering for the 2015 HMIS System Administrator Summer Training Series

Please select the appropriate webinar(s), then follow the instructions below. Please note that you must register for each webinar that you wish to attend individually.

If you have a HUD Exchange Account:

  1. Select Register Now button
    You will be directed to HUD Exchange Learn, if you are logged into your HUD Exchange account. If you are not logged in, you will be asked to log in before being directed to HUD Exchange Learn
  2. Select the Class, under Scheduled Classes
  3. Select the Enroll button
    You are now enrolled in the webinar
  4. Select the Launch button
    This will direct you to the Webinar Sign-In page and provide you an email reminder with a personalized link to access the Webinar

If you do not already have a HUD Exchange Account:

  1. Go to the HUD Exchange Account Registration Page.
  2. Fill out the Personal Information and Login Information sections.
  3. Click the Step 2 button.
  4. Step 2 prompts you to indicate your experience with the various HUD programs, systems, and topic areas. Please note that the Program Experience fields are optional, and you may proceed to the next step if you have no experience in the areas listed.
  5. Click the Register button at the bottom of the page to create your HUD Exchange account.
  6. Your account has been created. Please proceed with registration instructions for "If you have a HUD Exchange Account".

Additional Instructions

Additional instructions and screenshots are available in the HUD Exchange Learn User Guide. After you have successfully registered for HUD Exchange Learn, you can register for upcoming trainings/webinars.


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