Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) September 15, 2016
CostTree, LLC Founder and CEO, Nicolie Lettini, MBA, has been selected to speak on a guest panel at the 2016 Uniform Guidance Training: Promising Practices, in Denver, Colorado. In its second year, the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR 200) has produced several promising practices while generating questions around indirect cost negotiations and management. The 2016 Uniform Guidance Training brings representatives and attendees together who are recipients of federal grants, those who need to implement the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR 200) in their organization, and those who wish to understand indirect cost negotiations and management.
The City and County of Denver is hosting this training, bringing in Federal experts from the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of the Interior (DoI) on Tuesday, September 20, 2016. Other representatives include experts from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CO CoT) and Colorado Department of Labor (CO DoL) to contribute best practices and address indirect cost negotiations and management.
Nicolie Lettini is humbled and excited to have been selected as one of three panelists at this event. Nicolie brings nearly two decades of experience in the cost allocation world, and has prepared over 600 complete cost plans, helping clients recover over $500 million in missed reimbursements, while advising governments, nonprofits and private organizations how to build, manage and maintain effective cost allocation strategies.
As a selected panelist, Nicolie will be addressing questions about building federal cost allocation plans, preparing indirect cost rate proposals, and managing cross-jurisdictional P&L’s. Her in-depth experience working across the country with state and local governments, including concentrated experience in Colorado, allows her to provide unique insight to the grant-recipient community as well as attendees at this important event.
The Uniform Guidance Training 2016: Promising Practices event is held on September 20, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM MDT at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House at Denver Performing Arts Complex, located at 1385 Curtis Street, Denver CO 80204.
CostTree is the only cloud-based system that empowers governments and nonprofits to identify the "true cost" of providing services. Through a powerful, cost effective, user-friendly cost allocation engine, CostTree enables organizations to assign overhead costs to the services they provide and then apply for federal government reimbursement on those costs. CostTree, which has already provided greater financial transparency and saved tens of millions of dollars for local governments nationwide, has expanded its platform to nonprofits now presented with additional Federal reimbursement opportunities as a result of new regulations. From cities and counties coast-to-coast (Boston to Colorado Springs to Burbank), water districts and transit agencies, over 50 government agencies have improved compliance and identified new reimbursement opportunities, empowering them to do more, with more. Visit https://www.costtree.net for more information.