Course Overview

The Fundamentals of Transit Grants & Funding course will provide an overview of how transit grant recipients can effectively apply for and administer federal, state and local grants while maintaining compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements.

Online Training: The course consists of 3 hours of self-paced prep work and 3 hours of live online session.

Program Fee: $375 with group discount available when 2 or more people register together. Email Westgate@Pacific.edu for the discount code.

Expectations & Goals

  • Learn strategies to apply for and manage new and existing transit grants and funding opportunities.
  • Learn how to apply sound business practices to increase efficiency and meet grant management priorities.
  • Improve collaboration across disciplines to integrate grants management functions within your organization.
  • Review applicable cost principles and navigate and apply statutes, regulations, circulars, and guidance.
  • Develop or revise policies, procedures, and practices in critical areas of grants management.
  • Prepare for audits and reviews by state and federal agencies.

Who Should Attend?

  • Grant Managers, Analysts and Staff
  • Budget Officer and Staff
  • Accounting and Finance Managers and Staff
  • Project Managers
  • Operations, Safety, and Maintenance Superintendents/Managers
Register to Attend

Wednesday, June 23, 2021, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM (PDF Flyer)

Thursday, August 12, 2021, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM (PDF Flyer)

The course consists of 3 hours of self-paced prep work and 3 hours of live online session.

Program Fee: $375 with a group discount available when 2 or more people register together. Email Westgate@Pacific.edu for the discount code.

 

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Kimberly Gayle
Instructor
Kimberly Gayle

Kimberly Gayle has over 20 years’ experience with state and federal transit grant programs.  Most recently, Kimberly worked at the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) in Washington, DC, for seven years as the Director for Policy Review and Development where she facilitated FTA’s transit policies, as well as the implementation of authorizing legislation under 49 USC, Chapter 53, for FTA’s grant funding programs. Prior to working at FTA, she worked at the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) for over 29 years. During her tenure at Caltrans, she was the Office Chief for State and Federal Grants. She is currently the Deputy Chief Executive Officer at the San Joaquin RTD.

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