april 29 2019 fiscal bootcamp for ehs-ccp grantees

Fiscal Bootcamp for EHS-CCP Grantees

Date(s) - April 29 2019
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk



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An In-Depth Review of Fiscal Challenges, Hot Topics, and Alternative Strategies


    Review the top 10 fiscal challenges faced by EHS-CCP Gantees during Round 1 and Round 2 Awards and Solutions ( Real Case Studies )

    Discuss best practices regarding issues such as:

  • Procuring Child Care Providers (Center Base/FCC homes)
  • Terminating Child Care Partners
  • Funding Methods for Center Base / FCC homes
  • Child Care loss subsidy payments
  • Managing grant acquired Property, Equipment & Supplies
  • DAVIS-BACON issues and renovation for partner sites
  • Amendment application for enrollment reduction
  • Amendment application – Carryover of unobligated balances
  • Sub-Recipient / Contractor monitoring

    Question and Answer Session – “Whats your Fiscal Challenge”



Marriott Riverwalk,
889 E Market St,
San Antonio, TX 78205, USA


Monday April 29 2019
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m

April 15, 2019 or first 30 paid registrations

REGISTRATION: (Limited to 30 seats)
Fee – $475/person ( includes refreshment breaks and participant work books)
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To obtain a refund (less $75 cancellation fee) request must be received in writing (wfryecpa@gmail.com) on or before April 15, 2019.
(Substitutions are permitted)


Walter K. Frye, MBA CPA
Head Start T&TA Consultant
EHS-CCP Consultant

  • Consulted with 14 EHS-CCP Grantees representing 5 regions regarding complex fiscal matters during the implementation phase and continuation funding periods
  • Conducted 4 EHS-CCP Seminars attended by 120 participants of Round 1 and Round 2 Grantees representing 21 States.
  • Served as Chief Finance Officer for a Grantee serving 1500 children with fundingfrom Head Start / Early Head Start and EHS-CCP Grants, which achieved “No Findings” during 3 consecutive federal monitoring reviews.
  • Conducted A-133 audits of Head Start Grantees from non profit and municipal government sectors.

    Grantee Administrators and Key Staff responsible for managing EHS-CCP Grants

  • Head Start/Early Head Start Directors
  • EHS-CCP Managers
  • Fiscal Officers
  • Quality Control Monitors
  • The Fiscal Institute | 973-902-1040 | wfryecpa@gmail.com | thefiscalinstitute.com

    “Head Start Directors, EHS- CCP Program Managers, and Fiscal officers attended from the States of New Mexico , Texas, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Utah, Minnesota, Michigan, New York, Ohio, North Carolina and Virginia . Comments from evaluations are as follows:”


    “Questions were addressed with relevant and Practical Solutions not provided at the Regional training, conducted by ACF. ”

    – Early Head Start Director


    “Walter Frye’s Consulting experience with EHS-CCP grantees made recommended approaches to issues discussed during the seminar achievable. Beneficial training and worthy of time spent out of the office. ”

    – Finance Director


    “As a State agency administering both Head Start and EHS-CCP grants, this seminar clearly distinguishes our monitoring responsibility for contracts deemed sub-recipients and for those that qualify as Contractors. ”

    – CFO, Grants Officer


    Registrations are closed for this event.