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A recipient must have a written procedure for accounting for program income. These written procedures should provide reasonable assurance that program income is correctly earned, recorded, and used in accordance with program requirements.
The recipient should, at a minimum: 1) set realistic performance targets for the generation of program income; 2) analyze variances between expected and actual program income; and 3) have an information system that identified program income collections and usage.
Non Federal Audits
An organization that expends over $500,000 of federal funds (all federal funds including HRSA funds) within a recipients’ fiscal year must have an Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-133 audit performed.
HRSA Call Center or 877-464-4772 for general assistance, 9 am to 5:30 pm ET weekdays.
Contact your Project Officer or Grants Management Specialist with specific questions about the administration and management of your grant or cooperative agreement. Their contact information is on the last page of the Notice of Award.