This course provides an overview of what an auditor is looking for when performing a Single Audit over federal programs. While this presentation focuses on Single Audits, the theories behind each section auditors look at can be applied to state or local grants management as well.
All registrants will receive an emailed recording of the webinar after it takes place, even if they were unable to attend the webinar live. Please note that in order to obtain the credit hour for CE and for CPIM for this session, you must watch and report your attendance within the timeframes specified by the Auditor and Treasurer of State's offices.
Kelly Berger-Davis, Quality Assurance & Technical Specialist, Center for Audit Excellence, Ohio Auditor of State's Office
*This session qualifies for one hour of fiscal officer Continuing Education (CE), as required by the Fiscal Integrity Act (R.C. §507.12). Additionally, this session qualifies for one credit hour towards CPIM training, as required by R.C. §135.22.
If you would like to register via a paper form, you can download one at the link above (note that a separate form must be filled out for each registrant).
- Make all checks payable to Ohio Township Association; payment for more than one attendee can be included in the same check.
- The form can be mailed to the Ohio Township Association at 6500 Taylor Rd. Suite A, Blacklick, OH 43004, faxed to 614-863-9751, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Emailed forms will require mailed payment to the address above.)
- Paper registration forms are due five business days prior to the event.
For More Information:
Once purchased, webinars are non-refundable. If your refund request is due to a scheduling conflict, contact Michael Zaky for assistance with links to the recording after the webinar. He can be reached at email@example.com or 614-863-0045.