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The OMB's 2012 A-133 Compliance Supplement: A Guide for Recipients and Subrecipients

Presented by Leigh Manasevit
Recorded On: Thursday, September 06, 2012
Duration: 90 minutes
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The OMB’s New 2012 A-133 Compliance Supplement has been released!

As a recipient or subrecipient, the importance of this supplement can’t be overstated. Not only is the supplement your key to successful preparation for an audit or monitoring visit, but also it’s your resource for day-to-day compliance questions.

In this 90-minute webinar, attorney Leigh Manasevit of Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC, will explain the purpose, function and uses of the OMB A-133 Compliance Supplement to help you maximize your use of this critical compliance tool. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions during the live Q&A portion of the webinar.

You’ll Learn:

  • The key components of the supplement and the significance of its components
  • Updates in the 2012 version and how those changes could affect you
  • Best practices for using the supplement as a compliance tool
  • How to use the supplement for:
    • self-monitoring
    • preparing for an audit or monitoring visit
    • researching technical questions

Who Should Attend:

  • Grant administrators
  • Grant program staff
  • Accounting and finance staff
  • Internal auditors
  • Independent auditors
YOUR EXPERT(S):
Leigh Manasevit Leigh Manasevit
 
Leigh M. Manasevit has practiced in the field of education law since 1974 beginning as a trial attorney in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. During his government service, Mr. Manasevit regularly appeared in Federal court representing the United States in civil rights cases involving educational institutions across the nation. His work included one case ultimately decided by the U.S. Supreme Court. He also defended the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) in cases where HEW was accused of overly vigorous enforcement of school civil rights cases. Mr. Manasevit’s government experience has given him an extensive familiarity with the intricacies of navigating the Federal bureaucracy and managing school districts.
 
As one of the two founding partners of Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC, Mr. Manasevit established a law practice that addresses the legal issues involving educational institutions public, private, elementary and secondary, or postsecondary on the Federal level. He has appeared extensively before all tribunals of the U.S. Department of Education and regularly pursues Federal court review of unfavorable agency decisions.
 
On the elementary and secondary level Mr. Manasevit has worked extensively on No Child Left Behind (NCLB) He has advised and trained schools, districts, states, and private providers throughout the nation on implementation of NCLB. He has regularly served as a keynote speaker at national and statewide organizations of Title I professionals. He regularly advises recipients of Title I on implementation issues. Mr. Manasevit co-authored a comprehensive manual on No Child Left Behind, and its predecessor, the Improving America’s Schools Act, and has provided editorial consultation on several revised editions. He has also written several articles on NCLB.
 
Mr. Manasevit also has a nationally recognized reputation in the area of special education. He has represented schools and school districts across the country in complex special education matters. When the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act was reauthorized in 1997,and again in 2004 he co-authored a detailed how-to manual on the new law and conducted regional workshops and training on the provisions of that law. He regularly makes presentations to education groups on the requirements of this law.
 
Mr. Manasevit manages a higher education practice that covers all aspects of compliance with Title IV of the Higher Education Act. This practice includes changes of ownership, accreditation, and all adverse actions brought by the U.S. Department of Education. He has represented institutions before all tribunals of the U.S. Department of Education, all major accreditation agencies as well as in Federal Courts.
 
Mr. Manasevit is an honors graduate from the University of Connecticut School of Law. He received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University in New York City. He is a member of the California Bar, the District of Columbia Bar, the Bar of the United States Supreme Court, and several bars of the United States Court of Appeals.  Recently, Mr. Manasevit successfully represented the State of New Mexico in Zuni Public School District 89 v. Department of Education, before the United States Supreme Court.
 
Leigh M. Manasevit has practiced in the field of education law since 1974 beginning as a trial attorney in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. During his government service, Mr. Manasevit regularly appeared in Federal court representing the United States in civil rights cases involving educational institutions across the nation. His work included one case ultimately decided by the U.S. Supreme Court. He also defended the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) in cases where HEW was accused of overly vigorous enforcement of school civil rights cases. Mr. Manasevit’s government experience has given him an extensive familiarity with the intricacies of navigating the Federal bureaucracy and managing school districts.
 
As one of the two founding partners of Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC, Mr. Manasevit established a law practice that addresses the legal issues involving educational institutions public, private, elementary and secondary, or postsecondary on the Federal level. He has appeared extensively before all tribunals of the U.S. Department of Education and regularly pursues Federal court review of unfavorable agency decisions.
 
On the elementary and secondary level Mr. Manasevit has worked extensively on No Child Left Behind (NCLB) He has advised and trained schools, districts, states, and private providers throughout the nation on implementation of NCLB. He has regularly served as a keynote speaker at national and statewide organizations of Title I professionals. He regularly advises recipients of Title I on implementation issues. Mr. Manasevit co-authored a comprehensive manual on No Child Left Behind, and its predecessor, the Improving America’s Schools Act, and has provided editorial consultation on several revised editions. He has also written several articles on NCLB.
 
Mr. Manasevit also has a nationally recognized reputation in the area of special education. He has represented schools and school districts across the country in complex special education matters. When the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act was reauthorized in 1997,and again in 2004 he co-authored a detailed how-to manual on the new law and conducted regional workshops and training on the provisions of that law. He regularly makes presentations to education groups on the requirements of this law.
 
Mr. Manasevit manages a higher education practice that covers all aspects of compliance with Title IV of the Higher Education Act. This practice includes changes of ownership, accreditation, and all adverse actions brought by the U.S. Department of Education. He has represented institutions before all tribunals of the U.S. Department of Education, all major accreditation agencies as well as in Federal Courts.
 
Mr. Manasevit is an honors graduate from the University of Connecticut School of Law. He received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University in New York City. He is a member of the California Bar, the District of Columbia Bar, the Bar of the United States Supreme Court, and several bars of the United States Court of Appeals.  Recently, Mr. Manasevit successfully represented the State of New Mexico in Zuni Public School District 89 v. Department of Education, before the United States Supreme Court.
 
Leigh M. Manasevit has practiced in the field of education law since 1974 beginning as a trial attorney in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. During his government service, Mr. Manasevit regularly appeared in Federal court representing the United States in civil rights cases involving educational institutions across the nation. His work included one case ultimately decided by the U.S. Supreme Court. He also defended the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) in cases where HEW was accused of overly vigorous enforcement of school civil rights cases. Mr. Manasevit’s government experience has given him an extensive familiarity with the intricacies of navigating the Federal bureaucracy and managing school districts.
 
As one of the two founding partners of Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC, Mr. Manasevit established a law practice that addresses the legal issues involving educational institutions public, private, elementary and secondary, or postsecondary on the Federal level. He has appeared extensively before all tribunals of the U.S. Department of Education and regularly pursues Federal court review of unfavorable agency decisions.
 
On the elementary and secondary level Mr. Manasevit has worked extensively on No Child Left Behind (NCLB) He has advised and trained schools, districts, states, and private providers throughout the nation on implementation of NCLB. He has regularly served as a keynote speaker at national and statewide organizations of Title I professionals. He regularly advises recipients of Title I on implementation issues. Mr. Manasevit co-authored a comprehensive manual on No Child Left Behind, and its predecessor, the Improving America’s Schools Act, and has provided editorial consultation on several revised editions. He has also written several articles on NCLB.
 
Mr. Manasevit also has a nationally recognized reputation in the area of special education. He has represented schools and school districts across the country in complex special education matters. When the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act was reauthorized in 1997,and again in 2004 he co-authored a detailed how-to manual on the new law and conducted regional workshops and training on the provisions of that law. He regularly makes presentations to education groups on the requirements of this law.
 
Mr. Manasevit manages a higher education practice that covers all aspects of compliance with Title IV of the Higher Education Act. This practice includes changes of ownership, accreditation, and all adverse actions brought by the U.S. Department of Education. He has represented institutions before all tribunals of the U.S. Department of Education, all major accreditation agencies as well as in Federal Courts.
 
Mr. Manasevit is an honors graduate from the University of Connecticut School of Law. He received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University in New York City. He is a member of the California Bar, the District of Columbia Bar, the Bar of the United States Supreme Court, and several bars of the United States Court of Appeals.  Recently, Mr. Manasevit successfully represented the State of New Mexico in Zuni Public School District 89 v. Department of Education, before the United States Supreme Court.
 


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