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Training

If you need assistance from the Finance Services Team, please contact us at: RC-TST-Finance@dot.gov.

Courses, Seminars, and Workshops offered by Resource Center specialists

2 CFR Part 200, Uniform Guidance  

These courses navigate through the requirements of 2 CFR Part 200 (The Uniform Guidance) as they relate to management of Federal awards for the Federal-aid Highway Program. These course segments focus on each area and key concepts in the Uniform Guidance, administrative requirements, cost principles, pre-award activities, post-award activities, indirect costs, audit, and compliance. Course segments in this series include:

  • Subparts A, B, and C – Acronyms, definitions, general provisions and Pre-Federal award requirements.
  • Subpart D – Post Federal award requirements
  • Subpart E – The Cost Principles

Developing an Indirect Cost Allocation Plan  

This course will describe the 7-step process in developing an indirect cost allocation plan in accordance with 2 CFR 200. Participants will receive instruction on the benefits and disadvantages of claiming indirect costs through the Federal-aid program. A discussion on the available resources and examples will be provided by the instructor. Participants will become familiar with the different methodologies in claiming indirect costs, and they will be able to discuss their thoughts on the most appropriate approach for their program. Examples will be provided on calculating an indirect cost rate and applying the rate to direct project costs. The course will also include an overview of the documentation requirements when submitting an indirect cost allocation for FHWA approval.

Financial Management Boot Camp  

Boot Camp is designed for newly hired/promoted FHWA staff and will introduce the basic and most common laws, regulations and Agency policies and procedures governing the FHWA Financial Management. The six week course will also offer an introduction to FHWA’s history, mission, vision and unique responsibilities within the Federal-aid Highway Program (FAHP).

 

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