Tag Archives: Circular A-133

OMB Releases 2015 Compliance Supplement, Despite Title Complexities

As the line from the Shakespeare novel Romeo and Juliet goes, “What’s in a name?” We’ve been asking ourselves that question as well when reviewing the 2015 Office of Management and Budget Compliance Supplement. Or is it still the 2015…

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Don’t Be So Quick To Delete §__.320(e)

Sometimes you don’t really realize how much you miss something until it’s gone. What’s worse is missing something because you weren’t even aware that that particular thing would soon be gone. At least with this blog post, you won’t fall…

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Sneak Preview: ED Agency Vows To Review Charter School Audits

(The following is excerpted from an article in the Single Audit Information Service.) The Department of Education’s Office of Innovation and Improvement pledged to review Office of Management and Budget Circular A-133 and independent audit reports of Charter School program…

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Is OMB Finding the Best of Bunch?

It’s that time of year again. The time when some people go nuts trying to pick the winners in the NCAA basketball tournament, and many will even call in sick on Thursday and Friday to watch the games (ahem, definitely…

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The Time Is Now to Let Your Voice Be Heard!

It’s real simple — after reading this blog post, go directly to this link in today’s Federal Register and prepare to submit your comments on the Office of Management and Budget’s newly proposed guidance that could drastically change current grants…

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Stop the Presses!

Here’s the big juicy news we’ve been waiting for! Hold on to your hat because the Office of Management and Budget is considering some major revisions that could truly shake up the traditional order of business for grants management and…

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The $2 Million Question, Part 2

In today’s digital age, we’re growing ever more accustomed to instant feedback. Send an e-mail to a colleague and within minutes, you receive a reply. Post something on Facebook and a friend soon shares their feelings on the same issue.

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Is a Favorable Audit Really Worth Its Weight?

My father-in-law has an old, countrified saying, often expressed in his Tennessee twang, that goes, “You pays your money, you takes your chances.” In essence, buyer beware!

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What’s the Answer to the $2 Million Question?

Although some of our blog posts may not actually spur anyone to respond, here’s a $2 million topic ripe for controversy that just begs for comments, which actually could prove quite useful for federal decisionmakers.

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Second Publication Giveaway Winner Announced!

Our second publication giveaway is in the books, and we’re happy to announce this week’s winner:

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