170 | OSCPA Live | September 22
Applying the Uniform Guidance in Your Single Audits - Oklahoma City
Friday, September 22, 2023 8:30am - 4:00pm
This course provides you with the knowledge to be more efficient and effective at planning and performing audits in accordance with the requirements of the Uniform Guidance and the Single Audit Act. Make sure your skills are up-to-date with the latest information in this challenging audit area.
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When you complete this course you will be able to:
- Analyze the relationship of the Single Audit Act and the OMB Uniform
- Identify the types of guidance and requirements found in the Uniform
- Identify fundamental auditee and auditor responsibilities related to a
compliance audit of federal awards.
- Determine major federal programs.
- Determine the requirements of the single audit as it relates to
understanding internal control, assessing the level of control risk, and
testing the effectiveness of internal control relative to federal awards.
- Identify the single audit requirements for testing the direct and
material compliance requirements for major programs.
- Determine reporting requirements.
- Identify the audit and reporting requirements for program-specific
- John Georger (view bio)
Auditors performing single audit engagements, internal financial staff of governments, and staff of not-for-profit entities interacting with auditors
- Introduction to single audits
- Preparation of the schedule of expenditures of federal awards and
determining major programs
- Understanding, assessing, and testing internal control
- Testing compliance with federal statutes and regulations and
applicable compliance requirements
- Auditor reporting in a Uniform Guidance compliance audit
- Program-specific audits
- Administrative requirements and cost principles in a single audit
John "Jack" Georger, CPA, CIA has served a broad base of clients including port authorities, higher education institutions, community service organizations, foundations, counties, school districts, cities, and employee retirement systems. In addition, the commercial clients he has served include construction, real estate, aerospace, research and development, agricultural and professional service firms. Jack has also consulted on numerous budgets, rate and cost studies for municipal authorities as well as the design and implementation of internal control systems for various entities. Jack has had the opportunity during his career to audit publicly traded companies, of both accelerated filers under PCAOB Auditing Standards and non accelerated filers, major cities and counties in the United States, colleges and universities, and some of the largest not-for-profit organizations in the United States. Jack graduated from George Mason University with a degree in Business Administration, he first became a CPA in the state of Connecticut in 1981. He was in private practice in New York, where his firm provided auditing, accounting and tax services to various local governments, not-for-profit organizations, small businesses and individuals for over twenty years. Since selling his practice in 2001, Jack has been an Audit Senior Manager with KPMG, LLP and Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLP, a partner in a regional firm in Los Angeles, Audit Director with McGladrey and Pullen, LLP and is currently a partner with the Pun Group, LLP