Keith Hundley is a CPA and partner with Carr, Riggs & Ingram with 20+ years experience in private industry and public accounting. Keith works with nonprofits and governments by providing assurance and consulting services, including training and technical assistance in the areas of compliance with the Uniform Guidance and programs specific to Head Start and Community Action Agencies. His clients enjoy working with him because of the patience he exhibits when sharing knowledge and understanding of the regulations around the grant programs which they operate. They would also share their appreciation for his willingness to go the extra mile to help them succeed.
Troy University, Bachelor’s
Troy University, Master’s
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
2011 Inductee into the TROY University Accounting Hall of Honor
For many organizations the indirect cost process is a confusing, unclear endeavor. Understanding indirect cost is an important key in the budgeting and management processes of the grant-funded entity. Unfamiliarity with the rules surrounding indirect costs can lead to issues of noncompliance and potential disallowance of costs creating an unnecessary financial burden on the entity. […]
This session is a follow-up to The Nuts and Bolts of Indirect Cost session. In this session, we will do a deeper dive into indirect cost and the indirect cost proposal preparation process. We will also cover some common questions surrounding indirect costs. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the indirect cost proposal process. […]
This session will provide a deep dive into some lease case studies under the new leasing standards in ASU 2016-02. The session will also feature a demonstration of CentraLease. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the lease standard and how it will impact their organization’s financial operations. This session is recommended for all attendees. […]
In this session, we will focus on internal controls over financial reporting and grants compliance. We will discuss the lessons learned during the Pandemic and how to apply these lessons in a post-pandemic world. Attendees will gain a better understanding of internal controls as it relates to financial reporting and grants compliance and how to […]
Financial fraud often occurs in grant-funded organizations due to lack of resources or knowledge necessary to implement appropriate controls. It is an established fact that the presence of anti-fraud controls reduces significantly both the amount and duration of occurrences. This session is designed to provide the attendee with a basic understanding of fraud and specifically […]
As the first day of Southern Grants Forum 2022 draws to a close, we will review the day’s events, prepare you for tomorrow’s break out sessions, and share helpful reminders. Please make sure to join us for this informative wrap-up session.