OAR 416-250-0080
Internal Controls

Establishing and maintaining an internal control structure is the responsibility of the service provider. Effective internal controls are considered essential to achieving the proper conduct of business with full accountability for the resources made available. Internal controls will be implemented and maintained to provide reasonable assurance that:


The provider identifies, assembles, classifies, records, analyzes, and reports its transactions in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles or appropriate regulatory requirements for preparing financial statements and other required financial reports;


Losses or misappropriations of assets due to errors or irregularities in processing transactions and handling the related assets are prevented or detected;


Noncompliance with applicable federal and state laws and rules and regulations and terms of the contract is prevented or detected;


State and federal funds are reasonably, prudently and economically spent; and


All costs are appropriately allocated among programs, departments, and other benefiting units.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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