Auditees and auditors alike must adhere to the recently revised Uniform Guidance (UG). This includes UG changes relating to: uniform administrative requirements, cost principles, and audit requirements for federal awards under the new Uniform Guidance. Federal grant awards, however, come with complex compliance requirements. Satisfying all of the compliance requirements under the new Uniform Guidance, and having a single audit can be confusing. This webinar will discuss the six parts of the UG focusing on adhering to the required cost principles and administrative requirements impacting each.
Please join Diane Edelstein, CPA, as she discusses the 6 parts of the Uniform Guidance and the cost principles and administrative requirements which must be followed by federal program auditees and their auditors who will be testing for compliance with major program requirements.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
This webinar will cover:
For cost principles and administrative requirements the biggest areas of change including:
- New terminology
- Internal controls
- Sub-recipient monitoring
- Cost principles – direct and indirect
Auditee and auditor requirements under Subpart F including:
- SEFA requirements
- Major program determination
- Data collection form
- Common deficiencies
YOUR CONFERENCE LEADER
Your conference leader for “Single Audit Overview: Adhering to Required Cost Principles, Administrative Requirements, and Audit Requirements Under the Revised Uniform Guidance” is Diane E. Edelstein, CPA and partner, Maher Duessel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ms. Edelstein has more than 25 years of auditing experience. At Maher Duessel she is the director of quality control for the firm and is responsible for assuring the firm’s compliance in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Governmental Audit Quality Center and specializes in single audits. She was issued an Advanced Single Audit Certificate by the AICPA in April, 2016. Diane serves as partner on several audit engagements with local governments and nonprofits including HUD-funded agencies, human service organizations, municipalities, religious institutions, associations, and educational agencies. She is a sought after speaker and lecturer, and has presented for the AICPA, PICPA, and other organizations on numerous topics including single audit, new uniform guidance, and other important issues. She is active in the AICPA and PICPA, as well as her community as a volunteer.