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Timesheets - A1 Cases_rev

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Staff Timesheets: Requirements and IssuesActivity 1
2013 Soutwestern National Service Training Conference Page 1 of 6
Timekeeping Case Study #1
[#11-15]
 
Finding:
1.
 
This local government grantee claimed $8,940 of site supervisor salaries in January 2009for work performed in December 2008. It provided site supervisor timesheets andcertifications by the program director supporting only $6,000 of the $8,940 claimed.The grantee could not locate documentation to support the remaining $2,940 of sitesupervisor labor costs. In addition, site supervisors did not sign their timesheets.
Applicable Criteria for Compliance:
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Corrective Actions Needed:
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Staff Timesheets: Requirements and IssuesActivity 1
2013 Soutwestern National Service Training Conference Page 2 of 6
Timekeeping Case Study #2
[#11-14]
 
Findings:
1.
 
Grantee 1, a non-profit organization, claimed staff personnel costs to the grant based onbudgeted percentages of staff salaries. We found that there were no job descriptions oremployee contracts to alternatively justify the personnel costs claimed to the grant.Grantee 1 officials believed that an allocation plan was acceptable and precluded themfrom completing timesheets. However, our discussion with the Commission staff foundthat there is no such plan and that it is currently developing a plan for subgrantees.2.
 
Grantee 2, an educational institution,
claimed 100 percent of the Program Director’s
wages to the grant. This corresponds with the award budget and also with their jobdescription. However, we determined there was no record of time nor was there anycertification prepared by a supervisor for the effort. We asked Grantee 2 program andHuman Resource Department officials, as well as the Payroll Accountant, abouttimekeeping policies or certifications that would meet the standards described underthe cost principles. We found that it appears that Grantee 2 does not have any policyon timekeeping. Grantee 2 is not tracking staff effort in administering the program andtherefore may not be reporting their time and effort accurately.
Applicable Criteria for Compliance:
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Corrective Actions Needed:
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Staff Timesheets: Requirements and IssuesActivity 1
2013 Soutwestern National Service Training Conference Page 3 of 6
Timekeeping Case Study #3
[#11-10]
Findings:
 1.
 
For 2 non-profit grantees
, we identified that employees’ timesheets did not segregateemployees’ time by project.
Applicable Criteria for Compliance:
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Corrective Actions Needed:
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