by John Heveron It has been well publicized that accounting for leases is changing dramatically, but most of us are just getting our first hands-on experience with this change. The new rules are being implemented for calendar year 2022 and
Frequently Asked Questions about spending Federal Dollars
A new FAQ is out for the overall regulations for spending of federal grant funds — Uniform Guidance found in 2 CFR 200 (and mirrors the regs from our HHS funder at 45 CFR 75). You can find the full
What is Intensive Support?
What is Intensive Support and how does a CIL qualify? The ILNet T/TA Center provides intensive support to individual Centers for Independent living when the CIL is referred from ACL or from the DSE based on compliance concerns. This is
Tips for your first single audit
by John Heveron Will this be the first year you are subject to compliance auditing? If so, the following information will help you prepare. If you expend (not receive) $750,000 or more of federal funds in a fiscal year, you
A follow up question on policies supporting your CARES Act decisions
The questions started as soon as the money did. ACL has published a comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions document that covers most of them. If you go to our site it is an alphabetical list of resources under ACL FAQs. Everything
Is your center ready for review?
The Office of Independent Living Programs, our funder, has begun its required reviews of Subchapter C Centers. They first tested the desk or document review process with volunteer centers. Last week they conducted several on-site reviews in Michigan — the