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Indian Health and Human Services

Improving Health and Well-Being in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities Through Compliance

Training on Compliance Basics

Compliance is the process an organization uses to ensure its activities conform to the organization's policies and procedures and applicable rules, including Federal requirements. Compliance is important for many reasons, but most importantly, it ensures funds are used to provide high-quality services to your community. If you have not thought about compliance before, now is the time to start! Learn more about compliance by taking the trainings below.

(Additionally, see the OIG Alert which discusses the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 5301 et seq.) and the Indian Health Care Improvement Act (25 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.).)

Compliance 101

This course gives a basic overview of compliance—what it is, why it is important, who handles it, where and when it happens, and how to get started with compliance in HHS programs. This training is intended for all audiences, specifically those new to basic compliance concepts.

Take Compliance 101 Training

Compliance 201 for Grantees

This course gives an overview of compliance programs to help grantees monitor adherence to applicable statutes, regulations, and program requirements. This training is intended for all audiences, specifically compliance officers and staff of organizations that receive HHS grant funds.

Take Compliance 201 for Grantees Training

Compliance 201 for Health Care Providers

This course gives an overview of compliance programs to help health care providers and organizations monitor adherence to applicable statutes, regulations, and program requirements. This training is intended for all audiences, specifically compliance officers and staff of health care organizations such as IHS, Tribal, and Urban Indian Health Program facilities.

Take Compliance 201 for Health Care Providers Training

Compliance for Governing Boards

This course describes the critical oversight role that governing boards play in ensuring compliance in HHS programs. This training is intended for all audiences, specifically compliance officers and governing board members.

Take Compliance for Governing Boards Training