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Eleanor Evans to Present “Keeping Tabs on Federal Grant Funds: Key Considerations in Contracting for Services”

Webinar

8/5/2020

Hemenway & Barnes counsel Eleanor Evans will present “Keeping Tabs on Federal Grant Funds: Key Considerations in Contracting for Services” on August 5, 2020.

In this webinar, Eleanor will examine key considerations in – and answer questions on – selecting, contracting with and managing outside service providers. In doing so, she will cover:

  • Federal grant rules that apply to service provider relationships;
  • Factors to use in deciding whether a service provider is a contractor or subgrantee;
  • Key provisions to include in contracts and subgrant agreements; and
  • Tips on administering relationships with service providers.

Eleanor Evans is a member of the Nonprofit Group at Hemenway & Barnes, and is the former Executive Director of Community Action Program Legal Services, Inc. (CAPLAW).  She has over 20 years’ experience representing nonprofit organizations in a diverse range of legal, governance and compliance matters.

This webinar is sponsored by the Northeast Institute for Quality Community Action (NIQCA) with the support of the Connecticut Department of Social Services and with the assistance of the Connecticut Association for Community Action (CAFCA).

 

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