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Subrecipient Monitoring Assistance

Ensure proper stewardship of grant funds with subrecipient monitoring.

CliftonLarsonAllen (CLA) can help you assess your subrecipient monitoring processes and procedures to ensure that you are in compliance and providing the appropriate level of oversight.

What’s on your mind?

  • Appropriate risk assessment analysis
  • Documenting subrecipient monitoring policies
  • Finding a balance of monitoring that makes sense
  • Balancing monitoring activities with other day-to-day tasks

A unique approach

Federal regulations require the prime recipient of grant funds to develop and implement appropriate monitoring of subawards. We will work with your organization to navigate these complex rules to determine what critical elements may be missing from your current subrecipient monitoring procedures and make suggestions on how they can be improved.

Our professionals have experience serving grant applicants and recipients, including nonprofits, higher education institutions, and state and local governments. If you already have subrecipient monitoring procedures in place, we have the expertise and manpower to make sure they are carried out effectively.

Subrecipient monitoring assistance services

After gaining an understanding of your current subrecipient procedures and policies, we will help implement changes necessary to ensure compliance with Office of Management and Budget regulations. This may include ensuring that subawards contain the required elements, that financial and performance reports are reviewed, and that subrecipients takes action on any deficiency detected during an audit, on-site review, or other means. We can also work with your organization to go through a complete risk assessment analysis of your subrecipients to determine what monitoring procedures are most appropriate.