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The Uniform Guidance Single Audit is Complete

March 26, 2024

The 2023 Single Audit, pursuant to the federal Office of Management and Budget's uniform guidance, 2 CFR  200, Subpart F, (the "UG Single Audit") is complete for the University of Michigan (U-M).

Federal Audit Clearinghouse (FAC) has accepted the University of Michigan's Data Collection Form (DCF) submission.

The DCF and full UG Single Audit report are publicly available via the FAC website. None of the findings are associated with any pass-through awards.

UG Single Audit Complete

When Sponsors Request U-M's Single Audit Information

The U-M's single audit report and the DCF are publicly available on the FAC website.

To expedite the search, use U-M's Unique Entity Identifier (UEI), found on the Frequently Required Proposal Data webpage.

Also, see U-M Reports on Federal Awards in Accordance with OMB Uniform Guidance on the Finance website's Consolidated Annual Reports page (scroll down on the page, past the section on Annual Reports). 

What is the Uniform Guidance Single Audit?

The purpose of a single audit is to provide assurance to the U.S. government that non-federal entities (like U-M) have adequate internal controls in place and are in compliance with program requirements. Learn more with this course on the Single Audit provided by 


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