Be prepared for difficult single audit areas before they happen rather than reviewing them after the fact. Learn how to carry the weighty responsibilities of planning, directing and reporting on a single audit engagement conducted under the Uniform Guidance for Federal Awards.
Auditors responsible for planning, directing, and reporting on single audits.
- Assess auditor considerations when planning a compliance audit of federal awards
- Evaluate whether the requirements related to the Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA) have been met in your audit engagement
- Evaluate whether major federal programs to be audited in a compliance audit were identified
- Interpret the requirements for understanding internal control, assessing the level of control risk, and testing the effectiveness of internal control relative to federal awards
- Interpret and evaluate the reporting requirements of a single audit
- Interpret and evaluate guidance regarding sampling in a compliance audit
- Identify considerations related to pass-through entities
- Planning the compliance audit and other risk assessment considerations
- Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards
- Determination of major programs
- Evaluating Internal control over compliance
- Considerations of pass-through entities subrecipients
- Audit sampling in a compliance audit
- Advanced audit reporting issues
Experience in single audits.
- *AICPA members deduct an additional $30 from applicable price.
- Qualifies for Yellow Book.
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John D'Amico, CPA
John D’Amico, CPA
TCBA Watson Rice LLP / Rutherford, New Jersey
John D'Amico, a Principal with TCBA Watson Rice LLP, has over 15 years of experienced in providing audit, accounting, tax and consulting services to not-for-profit organizations and governmental agencies. Prior to joining TCBA Watson Rice LLP John worked at a Big 4 firm and other regional accounting firms. His areas of expertise include OMB A-133 audits, government auditing standards, cost allocations, and internal controls.
John has audited a significant number of not-for-profit clients including higher education, social service agencies, religious organizations, professional organizations, and foundations. The majority of these organizations were government-funded agencies.
Some of his clients that he as serviced are Fordham University, Wagner College, NYU Medical School, Wildlife Conservation Society (The Bronx Zoo), Heartshare Human Services, American Arbitration Association, and American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Also the City of New York and the New York City Board of Education. John has authored articles and conducted workshops and numerous seminars on not-for-profit topics including OMB A-133 requirements.
John received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and a Master of Science degree in Accounting from Pace University. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants. He is licensed to practice in the state of New York.
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