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National Association of Title IIII Administrators Technical Assistance Workshop June 24, 2010. STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVELY BALANCING YOUR TITLE III BUDGETS AND KEEPING YOUR INSTITUTION COMPLIANT IN THE MIDST OF BUDGET CUTS. Presenters: Ms. Mary Anne (Vicki)) Payne , Compliance Officer
National Association of Title IIII Administrators Technical Assistance Workshop
June 24, 2010
Ms. Mary Anne (Vicki)) Payne, Compliance Officer
Morgan State University
Mrs. Katrina B. Miller, Title III Director
Norfolk State University
Ms. Deborah Newkirk, Independent Consultant
associated with LAAs
Activities inconsistent with a State plan
Activities related to sectarian instruction
or religious worship
Activities provided by a school of
Cultural Activities for Students
APPROVED activities DOES NOT mean ALLOWABLE costs
Recruitment of personnel
Procurement of goods and services
Disposal of surplus materials
Costs required by sponsored agreement
ALLOWABLE including promoting the institutions
Research, medical, scientific , medical, or other technical activities
Laboratory, library, and classroom furniture
Furnishing and equipment for Title III office
Establishing a development office
Physical custody and control of monies
To increase funding of existing
To use grant funds to replace the costs
associated with existing institutional
paid by other sources
with grant funds
Using grant funds for existing programs or
Using grant funds to replace Institution funds currently being used for furnishing a computer lab
Replace institution funds for travel, faculty training etc with grant funds
Compliant with Title III Funds
Communicate a compelling message.
Build a guiding coalition.
3. Create principled-based versus compliance-based guidelines for decisions and behaviors.
Gravenkemper, S. (2007) Building Community in Organizations. Counseling Psychology Journal: Practice and Research.
4. Identify early engagement indicators.
5. Generate continuous opportunities for dialogue at al levels.
6. Plan assimilation strategies for new members and new leaders.
Enforces Federal Regulations
Enforces State policies and procedures
Increases the “red tape” and decreases effective communication.
Survey Title III Community (Transparency)
Provide expectations and roles/responsibilities for those working with Title III (Accountability)
Build Trust through staff forums, activity directors information session and Start-Up meetings (Accountability).
Dr. James E. Laws, Director
Institutional Development and Undergraduate Education Service
Ms. Karen Johnson, Team Leader
HBCU/HBGI; MSEIP; PBI; CCRA
1990 K St., NW
Washington, DC 20006
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