Be prepared for the weighty responsibilities of planning, directing, and reporting on a single audit engagement conducted under the Uniform Guidance. This course gives you insights into key issues that are not covered in other courses, with an emphasis on advanced topics that require particular attention. Case studies are provided to help put the guidance into practice.
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 and guidance regarding sampling in a compliance audit
- Identify considerations related to pass-through entities
- Planning the compliance audit and other risk assessment considerations
- Required elements of the SEFA
- Major program determination process, including the considerations of clusters, loans, and loan guarantees
- Considerations when assessing and evaluating internal controls over compliance
- Evaluating and reporting on applicable compliance requirements related to compliance testing
- Considerations of pass-through entities and subrecipients
- Audit sampling in a compliance audit
- Advanced audit reporting issues
- Update on Government Auditing Standards, 2018 Revision
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
Marks Paneth LLP
John D'Amico, CPA, is a Director with the Professional Standards Group at Marks Paneth LLP and provides quality control services to the firm's Nonprofit, Government & Healthcare Group. He specializes in quality reviews of governmental entities and nonprofit organizations' audits and is part of a team that reviews all attest engagements, provides consultation on accounting and attestation matters, tests and monitors the firm's quality review policies and procedures. He also develops and delivers training material related to accounting and auditing standards and ethics.
Mr. D'Amico has over 25 years' experience providing accounting and auditing services to nonprofit organizations and higher education and governmental entities. He brings extensive knowledge of nonprofit accounting and auditing and expertise in the performance of Single Audits under OMB Circular A-133 and, now, under the new Uniform Guidance.
As a sought out thought leader in his areas of expertise, Mr. D'Amico is an instructor for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and has led numerous seminars on topics relevant to the nonprofit community.
In addition to his professional activities, Mr. D'Amico is an adjunct professor at St. John's University and a dedicated volunteer who regularly donates his time to charitable organizations. He currently serves on the boards of directors and audit committees of several of City University of New York's (CUNY) related entities and foundations.
Mr. D'Amico is a member of the AICPA and the New York State Society of CPAs.