A subrecipient, on the other hand, is an organization that is provided federal funds by a grantee (or direct recipient), for its own use in carrying out agreedupon, eligible activities. Monitoring. Monitoring is the review process used to determine a subrecipients compliance with the requirements of a state or federal program, applicable laws Subrecipient Monitoring Procedures Revised: November 2015 3 After the second request the staff member should notify the Purdue PI that any missing subrecipient(s) information may delay the Learning Objectives Understand the difference between a contractor and a subrecipient.
Understand the subrecipient risk assessment process. Monitoring activities per UG is defined in 2 CFR 200, Section 200. 331(6)(d) Monitor the activities of the subrecipient as necessary to ensure that the subaward is used for DEFINITION OF MONITORING Monitoring is the review process used to determine a subrecipients compliance with the requirements of a state andor federal program, applicable laws and regulations, and stated results and outcomes.
OMB A133 Guides Subrecipient Monitoring. When the passthrough entity issues subawards it: A. Monitors the activities of its subrecipients.
B. Ensures that federal awards are used in compliance with laws, regulations, and the Subrecipient Monitoring at Closeout. 24. Subrecipient Monitoring. Just as the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and its divisions are responsible for monitoring subrecipients, so are divisions subrecipients that serve as passthrough agencies to subrecipients of their own are required to perform subrecipient monitoring.