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OMB Circulars

 

OMB Circulars

In addition to the provisions of authorizing legislation and implementing regulations, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issues
Government-wide circulars for managing grants that apply to all Federal executive agencies. When these agencies are required to apply the directives, the effect on grantees is often the same as regulation. Among the circulars relevant to grants administration are those that have to do with administrative requirements, cost principles, and audits.

Administrative Requirements

Cost Principles

Audits

Agency Implementations

In addition to issuing regulations to specify details of the enabling statutes, agencies often find it helpful to publish handbooks, guidelines, or manuals.

 

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