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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.

Subrecipient Monitoring and Management: Part 2

Welcome to part 2 of our series on subrecipient monitoring and management. Part 1 offers general advice on the subject, and this next post is intended to extend those tips and offer a few annotated sources for further reading. Thanks to Linda Butler (first section) and Linda Gilbertson (other sections), grant managers from our Grants Professional Services division, for their input!

Subrecipient Monitoring and Management: Setting Expectations

You've been awarded that federal grant after an application process that left your team with a few more gray hairs. (If it wasn't the application itself, it was SAM.gov.) You deserve some boasting time. 

Law Enforcement Grants: The Four Main Types of Grant Funding

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