Training/Conference/
Event
Date/Location Description
NAOFA 2018 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference Oct. 1-2
Santa Ana, NM
The agenda and registration for NAFOA’s 2018 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference. The conference will offer two full days of breakout sessions, and general sessions focused on discussing important issues facing Indian Country. Register today. 
NAHASDA Intermediate

 

Oct. 2-4
Oklahoma City, OK
If you’ve ever left a NAHASDA training saying, “Wait! I’ve got more questions!”—this training is for you. This Intermediate NAHASDA course will skip lightly over the history. Trainers will use detailed case studies to illustrate how NAHASDA is applied in real world housing situations. Areas discussed to include eligible activities, eligible families, useful life, audits and records retention, inspections and admissions, relocation, and Indian Preference. Participants will leave the session with increased ability to take rules and regulations and use these to create and run more effective and compliant housing programs. Event Flyer. Registration and Event Information: http://newregistration.firstpic.org/onapIntermediate/
Third Annual Conference on Native American Nutrition Oct. 2-5
Prior Lake, MN
Seeds of Native Health is holding its annual conference that brings together tribal officials, researchers, practitioners, and others to discuss the current state of Indigenous and academic scientific knowledge about Native nutrition and food science, and identify new areas of work.
Indian Housing Plans/Annual Performance Reports

 

Oct. 17-18, 2018 Albuquerque, NM Participants at this 2-day training will receive step-by-step instruction on how to successfully complete the combined, automated IHP/APR form. The trainer will provide a walk-through of the new Excel form, which simplifies completion with drop-down menus, auto-filling data, and more. Participants will also receive guidance on the development, planning, and reporting processes and requirements. All grantees are encouraged to attend this training. Register at: www.FirstPic.org/events
2 CFR Part 200 Training Oct. 17-18, 2018 Denver, CO This training will assist HUD/ONAP program recipients in identifying the administrative rules at 2 CFR 200 and the “exceptions” for the following HUD/ONAP regulations: 24 CFR 1000 (IHBG) and 24 CFR 1003 (ICDBG). The training will emphasize the practical application of the Uniform Guidance and provide resources and tools that recipients can utilize to identify changes recipients must make to their administrative and/or management systems (i.e. policies, operating procedures, and other internal control processes) to ensure ongoing compliance with the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR § 200). Any grant recipients that work with IHBG or ICDBG programs should attend this training. Register here.
Tribal Housing Admissions & Occupancy Training Nov. 6-8,2018
M
idwest City, OK
Participants can expect to gain an understanding on how NAHASDA policies and program requirements impact the Admission and Occupancy process. Training topics include eligibility, waitlists, rent calculations, collections, inspections, and lease compliance. Event Flyer. Registration/Event Info: http://newregistration.firstpic.org/eao/
2018 NAIHC Legal Symposium Dec. 10-12
Las
Vegas, NV
This annual event provides a forum to discuss regulatory and legal issues in the tribal housing arena, as well as related community development issues. Nearly 30 training sessions will be offered. Draft Agenda
Falmouth Tribal Supervision & Management Conference Dec. 11-13
Las Vegas, NV
Through general sessions & various, hands-on workshops, we’ll equip you with the knowledge you need to wear the many hats of a manager or supervisor in Indian Country. Explore ways to help your employees excel, new methods to gauge performance, and financial terms and concepts every tribal supervisor/manager should know. Choose from an array of workshops offering approaches to create a positive meeting atmosphere, strategies for ensuring accountability and results, steps to take to actualize changes you envision in your tribal organization and ways to create respectful workplaces. For more info., visit http://www.falmouthinstitute.com/conferences/HR1072018/index.html .
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