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Thompson Grants Workshop - Audits

Grant auditors are expanding federal and state subrecipient monitoring. Donors and taxpayers want more transparency on how monies are being spent. Because of this, the results of financial statement audits and Uniform Grant Guidance audits are more visible than ever before.

That’s why the way you prepare for annual audits must be more effective than ever before. But what does “effective” entail?

Let an experienced grant auditor clarify steps that can make the biggest difference during preparation, the audit itself and when the report is issued. This can be especially helpful when you are continuing to operate in a hybrid work/remote environment.

This workshop will explore the “dos and don’ts” that can improve the way you prepare for and undergo your next financial statement or Uniform Grant Guidance audit. Plus, the second session of the workshop will provide special emphasis on the audit procedures to be performed over your CARES Act/Fiscal Recovery Fund monies received.

Fix “red flags” before auditors arrive. In mapping out how annual audits are developed, this workshop will provide value to all government and nonprofit organizations by showing you how to make your preparation more targeted and your audit more successful.

Who Should Attend

This workshop is of value to all government and not-for-profit organizations. Attendees who will benefit most include:
-Chief Financial Officer
-Director of Finance
-Director of Budget
-Compliance Officers
-Finance Managers
-Grant Accounts
-Members of Senior Leadership teams