Financial Management System Sample Clauses

Financial Management System. Subrecipient shall establish and maintain a sound financial management system, based upon generally accepted accounting principles. Contractor’s system shall provide fiscal control and accounting procedures that will include the following:
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Financial Management System. CONTRACTOR shall establish and maintain a sound financial management system, based upon generally accepted accounting principles. CONTRACTOR’s system shall provide fiscal control and accounting procedures that will include the following:
Financial Management System. Contractor shall establish and maintain a sound financial management system, based upon generally accepted accounting principles. Contractor’s system shall provide fiscal control and accounting procedures that will include the following:
Financial Management System. Sub-recipient shall maintain an accounting system and accurate and complete accounting records that, at a minimum but without limitation, allow for the identification, tracking, and verification of Expenses, Cost Share, invoiced items, and funding received, all in a manner that is segregated and allocable solely to performance of the Project. All Expenses incurred must be supported by receipts and be made available to WRF upon request.
Financial Management System. SUBRECIPIENT shall establish and maintain a sound financial management system, based upon generally accepted accounting principles. SUBRECIPIENT’S system shall provide fiscal control and accounting procedures that will include the following:
Financial Management System. The Contractor shall establish and maintain a financial management system that:
Financial Management System. The Provider Agency's financial management system shall provide for the following:
Financial Management System. Prior to receipt of grant funds, the Grantee shall have in place an overall financial management system sufficient to ensure effective control over and accountability for all funds received. Accounting records must be supported by source documentation such as time sheets and invoices. A financial status report will be included in the Status Report submitted each quarter.
Financial Management System. CONTRACTOR shall establish and maintain a sound financial 11 management system, based upon generally accepted accounting principles. CONTRACTOR’s system 12 shall provide fiscal control and accounting procedures that will include the following:
Financial Management System. Our labor charging, job costing, and accounting systems meet the standards for financial reporting, accounting records, and internal control adequate to demonstrate that costs claimed have been incurred, appropriately accounted for, are allocable to the contract, and comply with the federal requirements as set forth in Title 23 United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 112(b)(2); 48 CFR Part 31.201-2(d); 23 CFR, Chapter 1, Part 172.11(a)(2); and all applicable state and federal rules and regulations. Our financial management system has the following attributes: • Account numbers identifying allowable direct, indirect, and unallowable cost accounts; • Ability to accumulate and segregate allowable direct, indirect, and unallowable costs into separate cost Local Assistance Procedures Manual Exhibit 10-K Consultant Annual Certification of Indirect Costs and Financial Management System accounts; • Ability to accumulate and segregate allowable direct costs by project, contract and type of cost; • Internal controls to maintain integrity of financial management system; • Ability to account and record costs consistently and to ensure costs billed are in compliance with FAR; • Ability to ensure and demonstrate costs billed reconcile to general ledgers and job costing system; and • Ability to ensure costs are in compliance with contract terms and federal and state requirement Cost Reimbursements on Contracts: I also understand that failure to comply with 48 CFR Part 16.301-3 or knowingly charge unallowable costs to Federal-Aid Highway Program (FAHP) contracts may result in possible penalties and sanctions as provided by the following: • Sanctions and Penalties - 23 CFR Part 172.11(c)(4) • False Claims Act - Title 31 U.S.C. Sections 3729-3733 • Statements or entries generally - Title 18 U.S.C. Section 1001 • Major Fraud Act - Title 18 U.S.C. Section 1031 All A&E Contract Information: • Total participation amount $ 547,547.56 on all State and FAHP contracts for Architectural & Engineering services that the consultant received in the last three fiscal periods. • The number of states in which the consultant does business is 1 . • Years of consultant’s experience with 48 CFR Part 31 is 6 . ☐ ☐ □✔ • Audit history of the consultant’s current and prior years (if applicable) ☐ ☐ Cognizant ICR Audit CPA ICR Audit Local Gov’t ICR Audit Federal Gov’t ICR Audit Caltrans ICR Audit I, the undersigned, certify all of the above to the best of my knowledge and belief and that I have reviewe...