Examination of Costs Claimed Under American Recovery and Reinvestment ACT Cooperative Agreement 2a-97706701 Awarded to Grace Hill Settlement House, St

Examination of Costs Claimed Under American Recovery and Reinvestment ACT Cooperative Agreement 2a-97706701 Awarded to Grace Hill Settlement House, St

by U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
     
 

GH's financial management system did not meet federal standards. In particular: Procurements did not meet the competition or cost and price analysis requirements of the Code of Federal Regulations in 40 CFR 30.43 and 30.45. The contract administration system did not meet the requirements of 40 CFR 30.47. Unallowable costs were not segregated and financial… See more details below

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GH's financial management system did not meet federal standards. In particular: Procurements did not meet the competition or cost and price analysis requirements of the Code of Federal Regulations in 40 CFR 30.43 and 30.45. The contract administration system did not meet the requirements of 40 CFR 30.47. Unallowable costs were not segregated and financial management data were not properly supported as required under 40 CFR §30.21 and 2 CFR Part 230. Labor charges did not comply with the requirements of 2 CFR Part 230. Cash draws did not meet immediate cash needs requirement and were not properly documented as required under 40 CFR 30.22 and §30.21. As a result of the issues noted, we questioned $1,615,343 of the $2,250,031 claimed under the CA. In addition, due to lack of adequate documentation from GH, we were unable to determine whether GH accomplished the objective of the CA or met the job reporting requirements of Recovery Act Section 1512.

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ISBN-13:
9781500640804
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
08/01/2014
Pages:
38
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.08(d)

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