Archived Member Web Events - Single Audits 


GAQC Web events are held periodically, at no cost to members with the No-CPE Option (CPE is available for a small fee), and feature topics to assist members in ensuring governmental audit quality. Registration and information on upcoming events are announced via GAQC Alerts. Click on the below topics for the Uniform Guidance for Federal Awards (U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards); OMB Circular A-133 (OMB Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations); and  The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to access the latest archived Web events:

Uniform Guidance for Federal Awards

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The New Data Collection Form and Federal Audit Clearinghouse Update
This archived Web event is intended to provide members with key insights, tips, and best practices on the latest updates to the Data Collection Form and related instructions issued by the Federal Audit Clearinghouse. The new Form is to be used for fiscal periods beginning on or after December 26, 2014. 

Avoiding Common Deficiencies in Yellow Book and Single Audits
This archived event will review key areas that auditors need to ensure they get right in their audits, as well as assist in understanding how things can go wrong through a review of common deficiencies in both single audits and audits performed in accordance with Government Auditing Standards (Yellow Book).

Internal Control: COSO, the Green Book, and More
This GAQC archived member Web event discusses internal control requirements for both financial statement and compliance audits and is intended to hone in on the latest information on this important topic.

Preparing for a Single Audit: An Auditee Perspective
This GAQC archived member Web event titled Preparing for a Single Audit: An Auditee Perspective, assist auditees in the very important role they play in the single audit process under the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards at 2 CFR 200 (Uniform Guidance).

Now is the Time for Auditors to Get Ready for Uniform Guidance Audit Requirements
This Governmental Audit Quality Center (GAQC) archived member Web event is intended to provide an overview of the new audit requirements of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards at 2 CFR 200 (Uniform Guidance), that will take effect for calendar year single audits. It will also provide practical application tips to assist you in your upcoming single audits.

Single Audit Fundamentals Series
This four part series of web events is intended to focus in on the fundamentals of single audits. It will help staff understand what single audits are and allow them to get the answers to some commonly asked questions. It should be of interest to firms with staff that are new to performing single audits or more seasoned staff that just need a refresher.

Sampling in a Single Audit Environment
This GAQC archived member Web event is intended to provide an overview of the unique aspects of sampling in a single audit environment.

2015 OMB Compliance Supplement and Single Audit Update
This GAQC archived member Web event is intended to provide members with what they need to know about the changes to the 2015 Supplement for this upcoming year's single audits, as well as provide an update on the latest single audit activities.

Uniform Guidance for Federal Awards:  Auditor Planning Considerations for the New Single Audit Rules
This GAQC archived member Web event is intended to help auditors plan for the first audit engagements (i.e., December 31, 2015, year-ends) to be performed under the OMB Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards at 2 CFR 200.

Audit Quality Discussion Part II:  Avoiding Common Deficiencies in Yellow Book and Single Audits
This GAQC archived Web event is intended to remind auditors about the importance of continually making audit quality a practice focus, especially in audits of specialized areas like audits under Government Auditing Standards (referred to as the Yellow Book) and single audits, and to communicate deficiency areas that we understand can be problematic in practice.

Audit Quality Discussion Part I:  Avoiding Common Deficiencies in State and Local Government Financial Statement Audits
This GAQC archived Web event is intended to remind auditors about the importance of continually making audit quality a practice focus, especially in audits of specialized industries like state and local government financial statement audits, and to communicate deficiency areas that we understand can be problematic in practice. 

Uniform Guidance for Federal Awards:  How Clients will Need to Monitor Subrecipients Going Forward
This GAQC archived Web event is intended to provide auditors and auditees with an understanding of the key provisions relating to pass-through entities and subrecipients contained in OMB Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards

Uniform Guidance for Federal Awards: The New Cost Principles, Time and Effort Reporting, Procurement and Other Administrative Requirements
This GAQC archived Web event is intended to provide auditors and auditees with an understanding of some of the key changes to the cost principles and certain other administrative requirements that will result upon the effective date of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards.


OMB Circular A-133

2014 OMB Compliance Supplement and New Uniform Grant Guidance Key Points
This Governmental Audit Quality Center (GAQC) archived Web event is intended to provide members with what they need to know about the changes to the 2014 Compliance Supplement (Supplement) for this upcoming year's single audits. Additionally, it will provide key insights on the new Uniform Grant Guidance and how it will affect future single audits.

Testing and Documenting Internal Control Over Compliance in a Single Audit: Getting It Right
This GAQC archived Web event is intended to provide members with an understanding of how to correctly test and document internal control over compliance in a single audit. This event will also walk participants through the testing and documentation process for internal control over compliance using a case study and the GAQC Practice Aid titled, Documenting and Testing Compliance and Internal Control Over Compliance in a Single Audit.

The New Data Collection Form and Important Clearinghouse System Changes
This GAQC archived Web event is intended to provide members with information about the new Data Collection Form to be issued by the Office of Management and Budget in October/November 2013. This event will also provide information about changes to the DCF submission process via the Federal Audit Clearinghouse Website expected on October 7, 2013.

Auditing the Head Start Program as Part of Your Single Audit: Avoid Common Pitfalls
If your single audits include the Head Start cluster (CFDA Nos. 93.600, 93.708, and 93.709) as a major program, this archived event is a “must participate” for you and your staff. The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Head Start and the GAQC co-sponsored this archived Web event to assist auditors in understanding the Head Start program and how to audit it in a single audit.

Understanding Indirect Cost Rates: A Primer for Auditors Performing Single Audits
The purpose of this archived Web event is to help shed some light on this topic by providing an overview of the indirect cost rates that must be tested by auditors as part of a single audit under Office of Management and Budget Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations


Subrecipient Monitoring: An Auditor and Auditee Perspective
The purpose of this archived Web event is to help members understand the subrecipient monitoring requirements contained in OMB Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations, from both the auditee and auditor perspective.

Effect of SAS 119 on the Work Associated with the SEFA
The purpose of this archived Web event is to inform members about updates to Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA) practice aids and walk members through each of the practice aids.  This archived event will be of interest to our members whose practices include single audits. 

The OMB Cost Principles and Their Relevance to Your Single Audits
This archived Web event will provide an overview of the OMB cost principles relevant to recipients of federal awards and how these cost principles affect your single audits and should be of interest to both staff that are newer to single audits and those with experience that are looking for a refresher on the cost circulars and how they affect your single audits.


Walking Your Way Through the AICPA's Audit Guide for Performing Yellow Book and Single Audits
This archived Web event will provide participants with a basic overview of performing audit engagements using yellow book and single audits. Participants will learn about the various types of information contained in the AICPA Audit Guide, Government Auditing Standards and Circular A-133 Audits and how to use it more effectively.

Internal Control over Compliance: Getting it Right Using the GAQC Practice Aids 
This archived web event discusses the OMB Circular A-133 requirements over compliance and internal control over compliance. Additionally, the event will thoroughly review the GAQC Practice Aids designed to assist auditors in understanding the procedures to be performed and the related auditor documentation in a single audit when gaining an understanding of internal control over compliance and testing compliance and internal control over compliance.

Single Audit Fundamentals—A Four Part Series
This four part series of web events, available both for continuing professional education (CPE) or with a No CPE Option, is intended to focus in on the fundamentals of single audits. It will help staff understand what single audits are and allow them to get the answers to some commonly asked questions. It should be of interest to firms with staff that are new to performing single audits or more seasoned staff that just need a refresher.

Preparing for Your Single Audit: An Auditee Perspective
This event is primarily intended to help clients better understand the requirements of the Single Audit Act and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments, and Nonprofit Organizations (Circular A-133), the various responsibilities placed on auditees, and tips for preparing for a single audit. While educating auditees is the primary goal of this call, auditors may also find it beneficial as a refresher.


The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

The Recovery Act: Information You Need to Plan and Perform Your 2010 Single Audits
The purpose of this event (held in May 2010) is to help auditors better understand the implications of Recovery Act funds on both auditees and your single audits. While this archived event primarily covers Recovery Act considerations, it also provides an update on several other important matters for you to consider for your 2010 single audits.

The Recovery Act: A Practitioner's Perspective

This event, held in September 2009, provides you with another resource to help your firm better understand the implications of Recovery Act funds to your clients and your single audits.

The Recovery Act and Its Potential Impact on 2009 Single Audits
This event was presented by U.S. Federal Representatives and moderated by Mary Foelster of the AICPA, and  provides participants with a federal perspective on the Recovery Act and what it will mean to auditors and their clients. 

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