Explaining the OMB Super Circular – A Reshaping of the Nonprofit/Government Relationship

Explaining the OMB Super Circular – A Reshaping of the Nonprofit/Government Relationship

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Give credit to the National Council of Nonprofits for playing a crucial role in both promoting the adoption of new uniform guidance from the Office of Management and Budget and educating the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors about what the new rules mean. The Council has been touring the nation, appearing at state nonprofit association convenings and other venues explaining what happened to the old circulars—A-122, A-133, and A-110 (and others)—that have been replaced by OMB’s new reforms for establishing the parameters of what government will and will not require of nonprofits that work on federally-funded contracts.

We’d like to take a moment here to acknowledge not simply Tim Delaney, the president and CEO of the Council, and David Thompson, the Council’s VP for public policy who undoubtedly did much of the detailed negotiations with federal regulators, but also Beth Bowsky, a public policy specialist at the Council who has been widely credited by sources we respect with generating excellent training materials on the OMB changes.

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