How to Find the Best Auditor for Your Circular A-133 Single Audit
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How to Find the Best Auditor for Your Circular A-133 Single Audit advises auditees on selecting an auditor to perform a single audit as required by the Office of Management and Budget's Circular A-133.
- Tips on how to select a qualified auditor for an independent, professionally performed audit that conforms to Government Auditing Standards and OMB Circular A-133 requirements
- A discussion of how various federal and state laws and regulations affect the audit procurement process
- A straightforward review of the standards and available methods for obtaining audit services
- List of audit procurement resources
- Auditee responsibilities for hiring an auditor and arranging for a single audit of its federal programs
- Steps for identifying and hiring a qualified auditor
- Procurement standards
- Authorized procurement methods
- Guidelines for competitive negotiation
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