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Research and compliance administrator with proven track record in government relations, financial management, executive strategic planning, commercialization for intellectual property, economic development/industry partnerships, research, compliance administration, contract management, human subject research, institutional animal care and use, policy development, and research portfolio management. Grant writer with high level of success in securing competitive funding, and able to support business, industry, healthcare, education, and non-profit organizations. Author of compliance handbook on 2 CFR 200. Guest speaker on regulatory compliance and grant fraud/waste/abuse.

Andrew Shepard-Smith

Research and compliance administrator with proven track record in government relations, financial management, executive strategic planning, commercialization for intellectual property, economic development/industry partnerships, research, compliance administration, contract management, human subject research, institutional animal care and use, policy development, and research portfolio management. Grant writer with high level of success in securing competitive funding, and able to support business, industry, healthcare, education, and non-profit organizations. Author of compliance handbook on 2 CFR 200. Guest speaker on regulatory compliance and grant fraud/waste/abuse.

Education Department General Administrative Regulations: A Condensed Guide for Program Managers and Project Directors

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Education Department General Administrative Regulations

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Education Department General Administrative Regulations: A Condensed Guide for Program Managers and Project Directors

This book provides grant managers and project directors of U.S. Department of Education grants with a condensed and easy-to-read guide to the Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR), found within Title 34 of the Code of Federal Regulations. The book includes charts, tables, website links, and an index to help grant managers access information quickly and easily. All sections of EDGAR are available, including those discussing disallowed costs, program income, unauthorized activities, prior approval, conflicts of interest, indirect cost rates, procurement procedures, reporting requirements, protection of human subjects, and much more. This resource is especially valuable for state agencies, institutions of higher education, hospitals, local educational agencies, faith-based organizations, and other non-profit organizations.