For any organization that relies on grants, financial compliance needs to be priority number one. Non-compliance can result in the loss of funding and threaten your entire organization.
Skoda Minotti’s OMB A-133 Audit group can help make sure that your organization attains financial compliance and stays in compliance before, during and after funding from various federal government agencies. We also have significant experience working directly with Ohio funding entities such as the Ohio Department of Development (ODOD), Third Frontier and Jobs Ohio.
In addition to our experience conducting A-133 audits for a variety of not-for-profits, biotech and life science organizations, and new innovation ventures, we go even further to help you meet your requirements.
Our efforts to advance your organization do not stop with the audit report. While many advisors only focus on tax compliance for government grantees, we take the next step. We’ll fully review the applicable Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CDFA) and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and provide you with a detailed overview of all of your compliance requirements.
In addition to the required reporting, we regularly meet with the key members of the organization and the Board to continuously review your financial condition and operating progress.
Our efforts to maximize your funding do not stop simply at providing financial projections. If you are considering federal and/or state grants as a funding source, we can help you locate, apply for and secure grants with our internal professionals or our external network of funding advisors.