The 14 Areas of A-133 Single Audit Compliance Testing
What is an eBook?
An electronic book (also e-book, ebook, digital book) is a digital publication that you can download and view on your computer, laptop, or mobile device. Now you can easily reference your content from the experts at Thompson anytime, anywhere.
|On Your PC or Laptop||On Your Apple Products||On Other Mobile Devices|
|View your Thompson eBooks on your computer with Adobe® Digital Editions., a free, lightweight platform that takes less than a minute to download and install over a broadband connection. Simply install it to your computer prior to downloading your Thompson eBook.||View your Thompson eBooks on your Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with the Bluefire Reader (available in the Apple App Store). Simply authorize your app with your Adobe ID and transfer your Thompson eBooks to your device using the iTunes file sharing feature.||Thompson offers the .ePUB format, which is readable on all devices that support the Adobe's .ACSM file. You can view Thompson eBooks on your Sony Reader, Nook, Blackberry, Android, and others. For a full list of mobile devices, see Support Devices.|
STANDING ORDER PROGRAM
on this order with enrollment in
our Standing Order Program!
You're invited to enroll in Thompson's Standing Order program which entitles you to a 20% discount on this purchase and the purchase of all future editions of this publication.
As a member of the Standing Order Program you will automatically receive future editions of this publication for a 30-day risk free review every time we update it so that you are always kept current. If you decide to keep the new edition, you'll pay the then current price. If not, you can return the product within 30 days of receipt absolutely risk free. Thompson will even pay return shipping if you call 1-800-677-3789. It's that simple, and you'll always be kept up to date.
Quantity Pricing Information.
To receive a special rate for 10 or more copies,
please call 1-800-424-2959 ext 8316.
The 14 Areas of A-133 Single Audit Compliance Testing discusses the 14 compliance areas that appear in the Office of Management and Budget’s Circular A-133 Compliance Supplement. Supporting the adage that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” this publication is designed to benefit states, local governments and nonprofits that are required to obtain A-133 single audits as well as the auditors who are hired to conduct them.
- Information to help states, local governments and nonprofits that are required to obtain Circular A-133 single audits prepare more effectively and have fewer findings
- Clear and easy-to-understand discussions of the 14 compliance areas that may be tested during a Circular A-133 single audit
- Straightforward, valuable information for auditors on suggested audit procedures for each compliance area
- Compliance Testing
- Activities Allowed or Unallowed
- Allowable Costs/Cost Principles
- Cash Management
- Davis-Bacon Act
- Equipment and Real Property Management
- Matching, Level of Effort and Earmarking
- Period of Availability of Federal Funds
- Procurement and Suspension and Debarment
- Program Income
- Real Property Acquisition and Relocation Assistance
- Subrecipient Monitoring
- Special Tests and Provisions
The 14 Areas of A-133 Single Audit Compliance Testing is available in print (softbound) and in eBook format.
Thompson eBooks are digital versions of selected Thompson titles which can be read on portable digital devices, including most of the major types of e-readers (such as the Nook and Sony devices), tablet devices such as iPads, as well as desktop, laptop and other PC and Mac computers. You can download your eBook up to four times and transfer your Thompson eBooks on up to four devices.
All titles except for Kindle/Mobi files are accessed through Adobe® Digital Editions, a free, lightweight platform that takes less than a minute to download and install over a broadband connection. Simply download it to your computer.
Adrianne Fielding is the managing editor of Thompson's line of award-winning grant publications. She has more than 7 years experience providing grant seekers, award recipients and funding agencies with the information and tools to connect policy with practice toward stronger applications, more successful grantees and effective grant program management. Ms. Fielding was previously an associate with Booz Allen Hamilton, directly supporting the Department of Commerce's recommendations of nearly $4 billion in Recovery Act broadband awards, and is also the former Director of Research and Content at eCivis, a grants research and technology firm. Ms. Fielding is a current board member of the National Grants Management Association. She graduated with honors from Wesleyan University with a bachelor's degree in sociology and received a master's degree and completed doctoral training in sociology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Erika Fitzpatrick has more than 16 years of experience writing about federal funding, policy, and legislation. She is a freelance writer and copyeditor who currently contributes articles to Thompson Publishing Group's Local/State Funding Report and the Educator's Guide to Controlling Sexual Harassment. Ms. Fitzpatrick graduated cum laude from Boston University's College of Communications in 1994 with a degree in journalism.
07/11/13 | 2:00 PM ET
07/18/13 | 2:00 PM ET
07/23/13 | 2:00 PM ET
07/31/13 | 2:00 PM ET