Book provides answers to questions regarding fiscal compliance in special education
Whether a little or a lot, all IDEA funds must be spent in accordance with the Education Department General Administrative Regulations.
What Do I Do When…® The Answer Book on Fiscal Compliance in Special Education provides answers to hundreds of questions regarding fiscal compliance in special education under EDGAR and the Office of Management and Budget’s new Uniform Grants Guidance that addresses revised allowability rules, basic cost principles, and EDGAR threshold systems to ensure special education program costs are allowable.
From child find to inventory management, readers can be confident when determining whether costs are allowable and in compliance with program mandates and flexibilities. The answer book also covers changes regarding coordinated early intervening services and comprehensive coordinated early intervening services funding set-asides, procurement requirements for micro-purchase and small-purchase procedures, and updates consistent with the Supreme Court’s ruling in Endrew F. v. Douglas County Sch. Dist. RE-1, 69 IDELR 174 (U.S. 2017).
What Do I Do When…® The Answer Book on Fiscal Compliance in Special Education is available for purchase from LRP Publications’ online store.
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