(1) USDA RIO can be reached at: USDA Research Integrity Officer, 214-W Whitten Building, Washington, DC 20250, phone: 202-720-5923, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about using the form or what constitutes a business, contact email@example.com. You receive financial assistance through the forest service through grants and cooperation agreements, primarily through research and development units as well as public and private forest units. Detailed information can be found in our acquisition management program. (v) the indication of the nature of any objections to the SAV measure and the provision of documents containing these objections. A copy of each of these written findings and factual findings must be forwarded to the Director of Fiscal and Public Safety of the Washington Office for verification and forwarded to the Comptroller General of the United States within 30 days of the award of the applicable agreement. In some cases of findings applicable to agreements with small businesses, copies must also be sent to the head of the board for representing the interests of small business administration. (a) the recipient maintains financial documents, supporting documents, statistical statements and all other records relevant to the agreement, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, which are formally required by the United States to justify the costs associated with this agreement. Accounting documents supported by documents must at least be sufficient to ensure that all costs incurred under the agreement, receipt and use of goods and services acquired under the agreement are the costs of the program provided by other sources and the overall status of the program. Unless otherwise indicated, the recipient`s records and the sub-receiver`s recordings relating to this agreement are kept for a period of three years from the date of the final expenditure report, unless a longer retention period is required by law and may be reviewed by fas and/or its representatives.
(b) non-federal for-profit and not-for-profit organizations that spend $500,000 or more per year on federal bonuses, i.e. as recipients or subcontractors of federal grants or co-op contracts, or subcontractors of eligible federal grants or co-operative contracts, conduct an annual audit pursuant to the provisions of 7 CFR Part 3052. (c) non-federal for-profit and not-for-profit organizations that issue less than $500,000 per fiscal year under contracts, grants, cooperation agreements or federal agreements that may be reimbursed are exempt for this year from the financial audit requirements mentioned above, but are required to provide, upon request, records for review by SAV officials or their agents. (d) The FAS reserves the right to conduct a financial review, to require an audit or to ensure, by other means, an appropriate accountability to organizations that issue funds for the SFF regardless of audit requirements. (e) organizations that provide FAS resources to other organizations for the implementation of SFF programs and activities are responsible for monitoring their subcontractors or subcontractors. The costs of the agreed procedures for the supervision of sub-recipients excluded from A-133 pursuant to Section 200 (d) are eligible under the conditions set out in Section A-133, Section 230 B) (2).