The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) recently raised the thresholds for procurement. Find out what that means for your government entity.
Author: Chad Gorfido
Do you contract with a purchasing cooperative for your food service program purchases (or any other purchases with federal funds for that matter)? If so, you might be thinking that you’ve dodged a bullet and that the new uniform guidance procurement standards don’t apply to you. Unfortunately, you’d be wrong.
Is your district aware of the Supplemental Funds Test for Title I, Part A, which states that districts must to choose one of two methods of distributing state and local funds to school buildings. Read on to learn more.
Earlier this year we reported that time was running out for non-federal entities to review their policies and procedures to make sure they were in line with the new procurement guidelines. But once again, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) stepped in to allow another one-year grace period for implementing the new procurement standards.
Get to know the following five methods for federal procurement under the Uniform Grant Guidance.
It’s likely that your government entity is expected to comply with new administrative requirements and cost principles established for federal awards (and funding increments made to existing awards) given after Dec. 26, 2014. Find out what this means to you.
Are students in your district hungry? Chances are many of them have a basic need going unfulfilled every day – access to food. The good news is that you can help without adding to your already full plate. Through the Community Eligibility Option (CEO) offered by the Ohio Department of Education, eligible schools can offer … Continued