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Pass-Through Entities and Subs. Any Questions?

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If you are new to grants management, or even if you are not, understanding the policies and procedures of a pass-through entity can be challenging. When you add topics like subrecipients, risk assessments and compliance to the mix, the questions start piling up. Here are 5 popular blog posts on this topic to answer the most common questions I hear from the grants community.

Subrecipient Monitoring Tool For Pass-Through Entities

The Association of Government Accountants (AGA) Intergovernmental Partnership members developed a guide to provide a consistent approach for pass-through entities to monitor a grant subrecipient’s compliance with federal administrative requirements. It is designed for use in monitoring the administration of grant dollars provided by federal awarding agencies. Read more.

Subrecipient vs. Subcontractor vs. Subaward Designation

I was recently speaking with a client that received two federal grants from two different federal agencies. They began working on the contractor agreements for their vendors, and realized that each agency interpreted 2 CFR 200 (Uniform Grant Guidance or UGG) subaward vs. subrecipient vs. subcontractor terminology very differently. Read more.

Best Practices for Grantee and Grantor Relationships: Internal Controls

Internal controls – what does this term mean to you as a grant professional? To me, it almost sounds like "mission control." So who is commanding the post? From an accounting perspective, internal controls involve everything that controls risks for an organization, and ensures compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Read more.

Pass-Through Grants: What They're All About

The federal government allows grant recipients to act as pass-through entities in order to provide funding to other recipients. The pass-through entity receives federal funds which it “passes on” or “passes through it” to other recipients. Read more.

Subrecipient Monitoring and Management: Part 2

The federal government allows grant recipients to act as pass-through entities in order to provide funding to other recipients. The pass-through entity receives federal funds which it “passes on” or “passes through it” to other recipients. Read more.

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