Preparing for a Program-Specific Audit of Your Tribal Business

Start time:
On Demand
Duration:
1 hour
Location:
Online
Contact:
Pam Amado-demagajes, Moss Adams, 206-302-6339
Cost to attend:
Complimentary

Many tribal businesses received Coronavirus Relief Funds passed through from the tribe to help them navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Those tribal businesses that spent over $750,000 will be subject to either a program-specific audit or a single audit, so it’s important to be prepared.

Join us for an on-demand webcast that covers the specifics of a program-specific audit, including the steps that tribal businesses—such as casinos—and tribal governments that pass through federal funds to the tribal businesses need to take to be ready for these changes.

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Speakers

Ryan Luetkemeyer, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Ryan has practiced public accounting since 2001. He provides audit and accounting services exclusively to tribal governments. Ryan assists his clients by identifying effective safeguards to address risk and by helping to improve governmental services through efficient best practices. Ryan also provides customized training programs to his clients on tribal taxation matters, new council member orientation, and on a variety of topics related to the implementation of governmental accounting standards.

Libbe Bear, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Libbe has been in public accounting since 2011. She serves tribal governments and their enterprises including health facilities and casinos. She has experience performing audits under the standards required by OMB as well as auditing debt and other complicated areas of tribal governments. Having served various tribal and other governments and their enterprises throughout the country, Libbe is able to provide valuable insight and best practice recommendations to clients about their internal controls, policies and procedures, and overall operational improvements.

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