Tag Archives: guidance

Sneak Preview: SF-SAC Issued For Audits Under Uniform Guidance

(The following was excerpted from a recent article in the Single Audit Information Service.) The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) recently released a new Data Collection Form for Reporting on Audits of States, Local Governments, Indian Tribes, Institutions of…

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Sneak Preview: Oversight of Broadband Program Deemed Inadequate

(The following was excerpted from a recent article in the Single Audit Information Service.) The Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has updated its guidance regarding the sale or lease of property purchased with Broadband Technology Opportunities…

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Sneak Preview: 2 C.F.R. 180 Addresses Administrative Agreements

(The following was excerpted from a recent article in the Federal Grants Management Handbook.) The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has amended the governmentwide debarment and suspension (nonprocurement) guidelines contained in 2 C.F.R. Part 180 by adding three new…

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NIH Seeks Comments on Its Guidance on Laboratory Animals

For those familiar with animal research as part of grant projects, the National Institutes of Health wants to hear from you. NIH’s Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare recently announced that it is seeking comments and suggestions on its guidance to…

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Can’t Someone Get Some Privacy Around Here?

With all the hoo-hah over Edward Snowden and the National Security Administration, concerns about privacy are moving up on people’s priority lists. Not that this is directly related, but the Office of Management and Budget last week issued a memorandum…

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A Show Not To Be Missed

As former NFL receiver Terrell Owens said, “Get your popcorn ready!” because the Office of Management and Budget will present a not-to-be-missed show this Friday for everyone in the grants community. (Editor’s note: Hmm, my blog posts do seem to…

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Staying On Top of the Latest Guidelines

We’re ending the first week in October. The weather is starting to get colder. The baseball playoffs are set to begin (and for those of in the D.C. local area – Go Nationals!) and certain key federal agencies have issued…

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