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I-Finance: Indian Country's Financial Management Conference
August 29 - 31 - Las Vegas, NV

Falmouth Institute’s 2 ½ day, information-packed I-Finance Conference takes you through the issues that you as a CFO, treasurer, accountant, tribal administrator, or board/council member face on a daily a basis—from budgeting, to increasing cash flow through correct usage of indirect costs, to navigating the requirements in 2 CFR 200 (OMB’s Uniform Guidance), to surviving your audit. You’ll also learn tips for how your tribe can get the best tax advantages, and discover crucial principles for investing tribal funds, including federally-sourced funds.

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Indian Country's Supervision and Management Conference

Join Falmouth for Indian Country’s Supervision and Management Conference. Through general sessions and your choice of 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. Held every December during the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, NV, this event offers you the opportunity to combine learning with fun.

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Falmouth Institute's National Indian Board and Council Members Conference

Join us for this hands-on conference and explore topics that will help you succeed as a board or council member. Through informative general sessions to a range of workshops, you’ll learn practical knowledge to effectively lead your tribal organization. Held every December during the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, NV, this event offers you the opportunity to combine learning with fun.

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Indian Country's Grants Management Summit

Join us for this exciting, information-packed summit, where we’ll explore the hottest topics in tribal grants management and answer all of today’s toughest questions on the financial administration of grants. Learn what President Trump’s budget means for tribal grants managers, how you can identify and minimize emerging risks in an environment with increased pre-award and post-award risk to recipients, why the Federal Government will stop accepting PDF grant applications on December 31st, and how to use the new “Workspace” interface. Make sure your tribe is getting—and keeping—all the funding it’s entitled to. Register today!

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Tribal HR Management Summit

Energizing, timely and insightful! Falmouth Institute’s Tribal HR Management Summit is specifically designed for the Human Resources Professional working in Indian Country. We’ll explore tribal HR trends to watch, what employment law developments you need to keep an eye on in Indian Country, and which policies and procedures you should review right now.

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Indian Country Indirect Cost Summit

Held every March, the Indian Country Indirect Cost Summit offers participants the opportunity to learn the most effective and current IDC negotiation strategies from our talented faculty who collectively have negotiated and litigated millions of dollars in Contract Support Costs and Indirect Costs for tribes. You’ll explore different indirect cost scenarios and how the outcomes can vary depending on whether your main funding source is BIA or IHS and what your rate and exclusions are. Come ready to learn how to analyze different options and determine which one may be best for your tribe. And as always, we’ll review best practices to use throughout the year to ensure your tribe doesn’t end up over-recovering or under-recovering costs.

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TriSec: Falmouth Institute's Tribal Secretaries and Administrative Professionals Conference

This annual conference is dedicated to tribal administrative professionals. It’s bursting with essential information geared towards making you more efficient, productive, savvy, satisfied and successful.

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