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Pass-Through Entity Requirements of the Uniform Guidance

If you've been following along at home, you know this post is the latest installment of several of the eCivis-hosted OMB Uniform Guidance training clips, with previous posts covering the general overview of 2 CFR 200, which is now in full effect for federal grantees. In this clip, OMB Senior Policy Analyst Victoria Collin addresses the requirements of pass-through entities. Here are some key timestamps in this segment of the training:

  • 0:33 - Providing an indirect cost rate to subrecipients (new) either through a negotiated rate or a de minimus rate of 10 percent of modified total direct costs
  • 1:58 - Performing risk assessment for subrecipient monitoring using the principle of risk
  • 3:06 - Verifying compliance to audit requirements
  • 3:46 - Requirements under the Transparency Act to report all subawards
  • 4:02 - Clarity on close-out obligations for final reports

Pass-Through Grants: Sub-awards and the Federal Government

Last week I published a general overview on pass-through grants. This week I’ll discuss federal research sub-awards, the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act, collaborative opportunities, and my experience with pass-through funding.

Pass-Through Grants: What They're All About

The federal government allows grant recipients to act as pass-through entities in order to provide funding to other recipients. The pass-through entity receives federal funds which it “passes on” or “passes through it” to other recipients. The entity that receives funds from a pass-through entity is considered a sub-recipient. This usually occurs when a federal program lacks the organizational capabilities to provide assistance directly to the final recipients and requires support from other entities to do so.