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Single Audits: A Case Study Approach (4152770C)
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"Stay informed of the requirements under the new Uniform Grant Guidance and the significant changes to single audits. This case study will teach you how to apply the changes from the new Uniform Grant Guidance to single audits, from planning to reporting, and focus on areas where there are common deficiencies and how to avoid them. Included will be a working sample of the SEFA and where to find tools to assist management with compliance. You will also review requirements related to internal cont

8/27/2015
When: 8/27/2015
9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Where: Webcast/Webinar
Presenter: Laura Gale Lindal
Contact: April Deneault
801-834-6634


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Stay informed of the requirements under the new Uniform Grant Guidance and the significant changes to single audits. This case study will teach you how to apply the changes from the new Uniform Grant Guidance to single audits, from planning to reporting, and focus on areas where there are common deficiencies and how to avoid them. Included will be a working sample of the SEFA and where to find tools to assist management with compliance. You will also review requirements related to internal control and what may and may not cause a finding.
Formerly titled: A-133 Audits: A Case Study Approach

 

Objectives:




    Identify changes in the  single audit process resulting from the Uniform Grant Guidance.
    Recognize guidance to assist auditees in preparing for and working through single audits.
    Determine required procedures and documentation.
    Identify common deficiencies in single audits and how to avoid them.

 

  
        
   

Major Subjects:




    Changes to single audits resulting from the Uniform Grant Guidance
    Auditing the SEFA
    Determining major programs
    Identifying direct and material compliance requirements
    Testing internal control and compliance
    Sampling considerations
    Considering results of testing
    Elements of a finding
    Reporting for single audits


              

Designed For: Auditors and financial professionals involved in single audits.
 

Prerequisite:  Auditors should have experience performing audits in accordance with, including the requirements of, generally accepted auditing standards and Government Auditing Standards. Auditees should have experience with financial reporting and federal awards.

Advanced Prep:  None

Speaker:  Laura Gale Lindal

Vendor: CalCPA

Field of Study:    Governmental A&A

Level:   Intermediate

CPE Credit: 8 Hours

Acronym: AACS

 

Registration Fees:

Members: $275

Nonmembers: $375

 

Meet the Speaker:

Laura Lindal has over 25 years of auditing experience, including those performed in accordance with OMB Circular A-133, Consolidated Audit Guide for Audits of HUD Programs, and Government Auditing Standards. She has spent those years understanding and documenting clients’ internal control, assessing risk (often below maximum) and designing audit plans and procedures tailored to clients’ internal control and assessed risks.
Lindal has experience in a variety of industries, including not-for-profit organizations, affordable housing, real estate development and property management, construction, and professional service industries. She has complemented her skills by performing peer reviews, as well as consulting with firms regarding performance and documentation of their attest engagements. She is a licensed CPA in California, Washington and Alaska.

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