Policy Institute: The New ED and New Perspectives on Compliance (Part 2)
This session will build on the dynamic explored in Part 1 to examine how the new battle lines in Washington, DC impact compliance and monitoring. What is the Department of Education (ED) looking for? What rules have to be followed and what is merely guidance or a suggestion? Stakeholders and federal grantees at the State and local level will learn how to map the new landscape of compliance, and how to be better prepared for questions from monitors and auditors. (Attendance at Part 1 is not a pre-requisite for this session as background will be provided; however it may be helpful for additional context)
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Bonnie Little Graham is a Partner at the firm of Brustein and Manasevit, PLLC. Ms. Graham works with federal education grantees and subgrantees on fiscal and programmatic issues including adverse audit and program review determinations, false claims act investigations, and questions under the Uniform Grants Guidance. She works with clients on the requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), and Title IV of the Higher Education Act.