Kent, WA
April 5-6, 2017

CenterPoint Conference Center
20809 72nd Ave. S

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About the Training

HealthHIV, HRSA/HAB, and the Washington State Department of Health invite you to Fiscal Health: Systems to Sustainability Regional Training, a two-day interactive training designed to build Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program-funded recipients’ and sub-recipients’ organizational fiscal management capacity and to develop and enhance operational fiscal systems to meet HRSA/HAB fiscal requirements.This Regional Training will cover a variety of Fiscal Health topics including:

– The Changing Health Care Landscape and the Impact on RWHAP Services

– HRSA/HAB Fiscal Monitoring Standards

– Budgeting and the Non-Financial Manager

– Time & Effort Reporting

– Managing Multiple Funding Streams

– Uniform Guidance

– Responding to Audit Findings

– Fiscal Diversification

– Invoicing Procedures for Washington Part B Subrecipients

All regional trainings also offer opportunities for intensive individualized technical assistance. After the training, recipients are encouraged to seek out further TA if they want to continue working with HealthHIV on any of the fiscal topics presented.

Who Should Attend?

The training is open to all individuals from organizations that receive Ryan White Parts A, B, C, D and F funding. Those who engage in fiscal and programmatic oversight of their organization’s Ryan White activities are particularly encouraged to register. Organizations outside Washington are eligible to attend.

Questions? E-mail Shayna Linov at

About HealthHIV’s Fiscal Health: Systems to SustainabilityTM

Fiscal Health: Systems to SustainabilityTM is an education, training, and technical assistance (TA) program that addresses the fiscal sustainability of Ryan White funded organizations by building their fiscal management capacity. Through this HRSA/HAB-supported program, HealthHIV leads a diverse and culturally competent team of fiscal management experts in designing and implementing effective regional trainings and individual TA focusing on HRSA fiscal requirements and contracts management, with specifications for the jurisdictions receiving training or TA. The Fiscal Health program also includes numerous fiscal-related educational resources.

The Fiscal Health: Systems to SustainabilityTM trainings and TA help develop and enhance operational fiscal systems, with emphasis on monitoring standards, budgeting, fiscal standards, diversifying income streams, and quality controls for sub-recipients and contractors.

To learn more or to request technical assistance, click here.


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