Training Class
Federal-aid Highway Program Grants Management Training
Description

To provide comprehensive instruction and interactive discussion on the Federal-aid Highway Program (FAHP), highway funding, and the Uniform and Programmatic requirements associated with administering FHWA grants/projects.

Objectives / Topics
  • Identify and explain key terms, concepts, and definitions
  • Understand how FHWA programs are structured and funded
  • Describe the requirements of stewardship and oversight and subrecipient monitoring
  • Understand the Federal-aid Highway Program Authorization Process
  • Explain State DOT, Local, and MPO roles and responsibilities in managing FHWA grants/projects
  • Describe how the Administrative and Programmatic Requirements (2 CFR Part 200 and 23 CFR, 49 CFR) apply to the administration and management of FHWA grants/projects (e.g. allowable vs. eligible cost, cost principles, procurement standards, financial standards, audits, etc.)
  • Understand the FHWA Project Funds Management policy
  • Apply workshop concepts and principles in classroom exercises.

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