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Supporting Documentation

Present supporting documentation to justify each journal entry. In most cases, staff members should use preprinted, sequentially numbered forms. Written policies, concerning the use of the forms, should be established.

The following are examples of supporting documentation:

  1. All journals and ledgers
  2. Annual financial reports with working papers
  3. Annual program reports, including statistics, with working papers
  4. Bank reconciliation
  5. Bank statements
  6. Checks/Warrants
  7. Contracts
  8. Correspondence
  9. Deposit slips
  10. Fixed assets inventory listings
  11. Inventory count sheets
  12. Invoices
  13. Journal vouchers
  14. Leave requests
  15. Petty cash count sheets
  16. Petty cash receipts
  17. Petty cash reimbursement receipts
  18. Pre-numbered cash receipt
  19. Purchase orders
  20. Support for sole-source-decisions
  21. Telephone logs
  22. Time sheets
  23. Travel claims
  24. Written policies

Maintain a current roster of grant or contract agreements. Include the following information for each grant:

  1. Grantor
  2. Grant number
  3. Title of grant
  4. Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA)
  5. Period Covered
  6. Approved budget (latest revision)
  7. Grantor share
  8. Match Requirements
  9. Purpose of grant

Maintain a file on each grant. The file should contain at least the following items:

  1. Grant agreement, including grant budget
  2. All grant agreement amendments
  3. Copy of periodic financial reports
  4. Other pertinent information (e.g., correspondence, monitoring reports)

Maintain information on in-kind contributions and matching requirements by grant in separate file folders, as necessary.

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