Office for Grants and Federal Fiscal Compliance
The Office for Grants and Federal Fiscal Compliance is responsible for managing all discretionary and formula grants, ensuring the agency’s compliance with the fiscal requirements of federal grants, and conducting monitoring and grant reviews of federal grant subrecipients. The functions of each of its three divisions are described in more detail below.
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Division of Grants Administration
This division provides centralized administration of all formula and discretionary state-appropriated funds and federal grant funds awarded to TEA. As authorized by state and federal law, the division is responsible for administering all grant funds awarded to subrecipients in support of programs and initiatives to improve student performance and the high school graduation rate.
For more information, please visit the Division of Grants Administration website.
Division of Federal Fiscal Compliance and Reporting
This division ensures that the agency complies with the fiscal requirements of federal grants, such as maintenance of effort, comparability, and various reporting requirements.
For more information, please visit the Division of Federal Fiscal Compliance and Reporting website.
Division of Federal Fiscal Monitoring
This division monitors the expenditures of federal grant subrecipients for compliance with various fiscal requirements. It also conducts reviews of federal grant subrecipients to ensure that federal awards are used for authorized purposes in compliance with laws, regulations, and the provisions of contracts or grant agreements.
For more information, please visit the Division of Federal Fiscal Monitoring website.
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