Tribes and other tribal organizations that receive federal awards face many obstacles in order to adhere to grant compliance. The complicated process can require proper oversight and implementation of specific policies.
To ease the administrative burden and reduce the risk of waste, fraud, and abuse, the US government issued The Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards in the Federal Register in December 2014. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) consolidated eight circulars into uniform guidance to eliminate duplicative language so it’s clear how policies differ across entity types. Guidance is frequently updated and available in the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations.
Our professionals can help your tribe and gaming facilities understand how you may be impacted by various guidelines. Check back here to find new resources and articles on the uniform guidance as they become available or sign up to receive timely articles on guidance and other topics pertinent to your tribal government.
Uniform Guidance Developments and Compliance Strategies
Webcast | On Demand
OMB Releases 2018 Compliance Supplement
Article | May 2018
OMB Uniform Guidance: Lessons Learned for Tribes
Webcast | On Demand
2017 Compliance Supplement and Uniform Guidance FAQ Update
Article | August 2017
OMB Extends Procurement Grace Period for Nonfederal Entities
Article | May 2017
Micropurchase Threshold Under the Uniform Guidance Is Increased to $10,000 for Fiscal Year 2017 for Certain Organizations
Article | April 2017
OMB Releases 2016 Compliance Supplement
Article | August 2016
Uniform Guidance in Focus: Updating Written Policies
Article | June 2016
Navigating the Uniform Guidance for Federal Awards
On-Demand Webcast | May 2016
Uniform Guidance in Focus: Procurement
Article | May 2016
Update Your SEFA to Accommodate Uniform Guidance Changes
Article | April 2016
Uniform Guidance in Focus: Subrecipient Monitoring
Article | November 2015
OMB Procurement Grace Period and COFAR FAQ Update
Article | September 2015
For more information on specific sections of the guidance, contact your Moss Adams professional. You can also consult the following government and regulatory agency resources:
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