Tag Archives: NASACT

CDC Clarifies Single Audit Requirement Under Block Grant Program

Overseeing grant programs has never been the easiest task, and confusing regulations and requirements tend to make that process even harder. That’s why it was heartening to see that the Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Disease Control…

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Trying to Keep Federal Agencies in Line

If you got a chance to view the Office of Management and Budget’s webinar on OMB’s proposed grants reform guidance, you got to see OMB’s Norman Dong respond to questions from a panel of key grant and audit organization heads about…

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The Clock Is Ticking

They’re gonna need more time! That’s the mantra I keep saying to myself after seeing a couple of major items come across my desk.

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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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Can You Hear Me Now?

Remember when you were a kid and your parents would decide where you should go and what at you should do, even though you’d like to have a little say-so in the matter. That must be how state and local…

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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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Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On!

Don’t panic! It was only a “minor” earthquake.

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