Cyber Insurance rates are increasing dramatically and school districts are scrambling to meet provider requirements for coverage. In this session, participants will learn about some basic requirements that insurance companies are requiring and how districts can comply. Additionally, we will talk about steps a school district can take to improve their cyber security risk profile which may result in lower premiums in the future. Topics will include multi factor authentication (MFA), data encryption, risk assessment, incident response, security awareness training, and more.
In this session, we'll discuss how to prepare for the Title budget amendment window, including what documentation to gather, how to navigate amending your budget in SERVS, and where to find additional resources.
This session will cover the financial differences between traditional districts and charter schools, including the funding and restriction of funds. It will be presented by Kara Lundin, Business Manager at Grand Rapids Schools, who has experience in both charter school financial management and school business and finance.
Changes in the COVID-19 requirements are continuing to impact public schools. As we navigate into a second year of COVID-19, there continues to be reactive response requirements for businesses and schools. This presentation will cover the current pandemic focuses impacting the operation of school districts and identify guidance on how to plan and navigate.
State law requires all public jurisdictions such as cities, counties, and school districts to eliminate any gender-based wage inequities in compensation and submit reports to MMB.
This session will provide an overview of the reporting requirements and processes as well as important things to plan for and be aware of as you make finance and human resources related decisions.