How Do Nonprofits Adapt to Crisis?
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Please join BDO for a webinar that will provide an examination of the recent reports from a selection of USG OIGs and Single Audit results. Panelists will review and analyze common trends and challenges identified for federal grant recipients. Additionally, BDO experts will break down the most common findings and provide examples of common controls, best practices, and mitigation techniques.
Like many organizations, nonprofits face increased risk of cybersecurity attacks. This is even more important as nonprofits often possess sensitive information related to their programs, volunteers, and donors.
BDO, CAF America and Charities Aid Foundation have performed and published extensive survey research related to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on charity operations. Join us as our thought leaders engage in a discussion exploring charity resiliency in a post-pandemic environment and share findings from their respective research.
During this course, participants will learn about key considerations and success factors in Nonprofit ERP system selection.
Over the past two years, Congress has provided billions in funding through the U.S. Health and Human Services Provider Relief Fund (PRF) to help HealthCare providers sustain their practices through the COVID-19 pandemic.
This webinar provides participants an opportunity to gain the latest information on how to avoid the compliance pitfalls associated with single audits and how to comply with all relevant rules and regulations.
Nonprofits are not exempt from the current labor market shortages associated with the “great resignation.” The pandemic, social and political events, and the relentlessness of navigating both personal and professional priorities created a perfect storm.
On August 12, 2021, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released the 2021 OMB Compliance Supplement to assist entities, both nonprofit and for-profit, as they comply with grant, contract, and federal requirements.
The July 1 opening of the HHS Provider Relief Fund (PRF) portal and the subsequent publication of FAQs has given fund recipients a lot to digest.
Colleges and universities develop, receive, and manage myriad types of data across the institution. Higher education institutions are subject to a number of compliance requirements from regulations such as FACTA, FERPA, GDPR, GLBA, and HIPAA (and more if the institution participates in federal research programs).
As nonprofit organizations have begun to adjust to the permanent impacts of COVID-19 operational challenges, many have begun to reevaluate their delivery models, operating structures, internal processes and more.
Join BDO’s subject matter experts as they discuss this relief fund program, it’s related requirement, and what any additional matters that institutions should consider prior to expending funding for HEERF’s most recent allocation.
Leveraging appropriate risk management activities and processes can help organizations both identify, assess, and respond to the ever-changing risk environment and capitalize on the opportunities presented in times of crisis to best position themselves for success in the future.
Due to the high volume of participant questions received from previous webinars in this series (PRF Series Part 1: HHS PRF Reporting – Cracking the Code and PRF Series Part 2: Navigating Audit and Compliance Requirements, our subject matter experts will host a discussion where they will address frequently asked questions related to PRF funding, HHS and Single Audit requirements.
Join BDO’s assurance professionals as they examine this new guidance and discuss what organizations need to know to help them comply with the applicable compliance requirements.
In response to the pandemic, Congress has passed several pieces of legislation that created various relief funds to assist organizations navigate the impact of COVID-19. The Provider Relief Fund (PRF) comes with a unique set of compliance, auditing and reporting requirements that must be met by recipient organizations.
Join BDO's subject matter experts in a two-part webinar series as they discuss the Provider Relief Fund program and the related compliance requirements. Part 1, “HHS PRF Reporting – Cracking the Code” will explore the PRF Fund program and related HHS portal reporting requirements, including lost revenue calculations and expense methodologies.
Non-profit organizations often underestimate their risk of cyberattacks, leaving them more vulnerable than they may realize. Yet failing to prioritize cybersecurity could have major effects, like data losses, financial catastrophe, damaged reputation and future donor support - or even the need to shut down the organization altogether.
With the upcoming U.S. presidential inauguration, every nonprofit organization has the same question in mind: How will the political change affect my organization?
Due to the Stimulus Funds provided, many for-profit as well as nonprofit entities may now be subject to the requirements for a Single Audit. On August 18, 2020 the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued the 2020 Compliance Supplement (Supplement) to assist entities as they comply with grant, contract and federal requirements.
Our panel will discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on human capital among nonprofit organizations. We will review findings from our industry pulse survey and discuss the implications for organizations as they move forward.
Please join BDO USA, LLP for our next session of the 2020 BDO KNOWLEDGE Nonprofit and Education Webinar Series, "Clarity in Crisis: Findings from BDO’s Nonprofit Benchmarking Survey."
Companies are faced with new and different challenges and threats on what seems to be a daily basis –strategic and performance challenges, fraud and external risk. These challenges not only come with financial ramifications but can greatly challenge your brand and customer confidence.
As states and municipalities begin to ease lockdown restrictions and organizations make the difficult decisions around how—and when—to transition safely back to the office, many leaders are already thinking ahead to what comes next.