397 Subrecipient Monitoring

397 Subrecipient Monitoring

Build collaborative relationships with county contractors and CBOs
397 Subrecipient Monitoring Elective

In California, state agencies receive federal grants for social services and make subawards to California counties. The counties, in turn, frequently make subawards to nonprofit organizations that actually provide the services. The Uniform Grant Guidance requires counties to actively monitor their subrecipients. Further, counties must review the subrecipient monitoring activities and report on them. If the auditee has not complied with the requirements, there could be significant impacts: financially; ability to provide services; grantee’s reputation; or access to future grants. This course identifies the federal requirements for subrecipient monitoring; how to determine the Single Audit requirements for subrecipient monitoring; strategies to build collaborative relationships with subrecipients through monitoring; and the recommended steps to conduct the monitoring. Eligible for CPE credits for CPAs and MCLE credits for members of the bar.

Instructor: Sefton Boyars, CPA, CGFM, CFS, is a former federal auditor general and an instructor for the California CPA Education Foundation.

Friday, February 15, 2019, 9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Sacramento w $149/person for counties w 3 credits w Staff/Elected Officials

When
2/15/2019 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Where
Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) 1415 L St. #300 (3rd Floor), Sacramento, CA 95814

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