Subrecipient monitoring is a shared responsibility at the University of Florida, with the Principal Investigator having the lead role in monitoring the programmatic and financial activities of a subrecipient.
The University must consider:
Subawards to foreign institutions, especially those with little or no history of U.S. federal funding present greater risk and will likely require additional monitoring.
Subrecipient Monitoring Roles and Responsibilities are identified below.
PI’s have the primary responsibility for subrecipient monitoring. With each new subaward, DSP sends the PI a subrecipient monitoring reminder letter that covers the following topics:
The level of involvement of Department fiscal or grant staff support varies; however, it should be clearly defined at the local level and include the following:
Reviews each Subrecipient’s annual Single Audit report as required by Uniform Guidance. If the subaward or Subrecipient is not subject to Uniform Guidance, obtains an annual certification from each subrecipient for compliance. If the Subrecipient has audit findings related to a subaward from UF, follows up with subrecipients regarding corrective action.