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2017 Compliance Supplement: What You Need to Know

Webinar • Wednesday, November 1, 2017 • 1-2:30 p.m. ET

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Subject: Grants Development & Management

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Program Knowledge Level: Basic

Advanced Preparation: None

If you perform—or undergo—Single Audits, it’s critical to know what’s in the 2017 OMB Compliance Supplement. That is especially true since the latest updates map out important changes affecting Single Audits.

What is in those updates? How will they change the way audits are performed and how federal grant recipients should prepare? Plus, how will auditors use different sections of the supplement? And how can recipients use the supplement to improve their grants management so audits go more smoothly?

Now, one webinar will answer all your questions!

Register now for 2017 Compliance Supplement: What You Need to Know.

Troy Rector is a principal with the Clark Nuber firm. His specialty is performing audits for governmental and not-for-profit organizations. In this 90-minute webinar, he shares his expertise to help both auditors and federal grant recipients understand how different parts of the OMB Compliance Supplement are used and how the recent updates affect Single Audits.

A tool for better grant management. Auditors will gain fresh insights on how the supplement is being used. Grant recipients will discover how they can use the supplement. Plus, you will have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now for expert guidance on using the 2017 OMB Compliance Supplement, including:

  • An overview of the various parts of the OMB Compliance Supplement and how they’re used by auditors
  • Parts of the supplement that grant recipients can use to better manage federal awards
  • Key updates and how those updates will affect Single Audits.

Whether you are an auditor or an auditee, do not miss this opportunity to get fully up to speed on the supplement—and on the latest updates that will affect Single Audits throughout the coming year.

Register now for 2017 Compliance Supplement: What You Need to Know.

This webinar is of value to:

  • CPA firms performing Single Audits
  • Not-for-Profit and Government federal grant recipients

YOUR EXPERT(S):

Troy Rector

Troy Rector is a principal in the Not-For-Profit and Governmental Services Group at Clark Nuber and has spent his career serving Not-For-Profit and Governmental organizations. He specializes in performing audits of social service, healthcare, low income housing and other organizations receiving federal assistance. He serves on the firm's Technical Issues Committee and leads their Single Audit practice and federal grant compliance training and consulting. Troy serves on the WSCPA Not-For-Profit Conference Planning Committee and is the board chair of a local not-for profit organization. Troy holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration-accounting concentration from Indiana University.

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