Quinton Lynch

Quinton Lynch

Management Consultant/Grant Writer,
Lynch Group International

Retired federal annuitant and service-disabled Vietnam Veteran with over 30 years public sector experience in Fiscal/Financial Analysis/Grants Management with the Federal- US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Corporation for National and Community Services (CN &CS), Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR) and District of Columbia-D C Public Schools. Contracting experiences with US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Dept. of Agriculture, Dept. of Transportation, Dept. of Interior & Graduate School, USA.

My private sector experience as a Cost Analyst-IBM Corporation, Investment Research Analyst/Portfolio Manager-Wachovia Bank and Trust Company, Chief Fiscal Officer-Virginia Union University, Senior Financial Analyst-Ford Motor Company Finance Staff (World Headquarters) and Assistant Group Controller-Bendix Corporation (A-E Group).

Educationally, I have a MBA Degree-Finance-Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, a BS Degree-Business Management-Hampton University and post graduate studies completed at Union College-Industrial Administration and Harvard University-Educational Management, Graduate Schools of Education and Business Administration.

My background accomplishments were listed in Marquis Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement Award-2019 and Who’s Who in Finance and Industry (1990).

Grants Track Session #6
Federal Grants: Cost Principles (2 CRR 200 Subpart B)
Quinton Lynch, Graduate School USA >>

Learn the basics of how the Federal cost principles affect awards throughout the grant’s life cycle including developing budgets making spending decisions and when conducting site visits and audits. Use the Uniform Guidance to understand the principles of allowability and direct and indirect costs. Learning Objectives: 1. Explain the four tests of allowability that must […]

Grants Track