Monitoring government grants is time-consuming and data intensive. On a pre-determined schedule, agencies must gather data from multiple sources, including self-evaluations, and store it in a central location where reports can be generated at multiple levels for a variety of audiences.
How it works
Self- and onsite-evaluations are electronically scheduled from a centralized location via the web. Using a handheld device, data is entered by one or more independent auditors doing on-site evaluations. Data may also be entered by the grantee as a self-evaluation. Once entered, data is stored on a secure data management website where reports may be generated at a variety of levels. From the reports, problem areas and trends can easily be identified in support of compliance determinations and follow-up actions.
- Easier, centralized self-evaluation. Makes it simpler to identify problem areas.
- Data is collected and organized for distribution and reporting on time.
- Reporting is available at multiple levels.
- Multiple views with different access rights determine what information is available.
- Data collected by a number of different individuals is automatically aggregated and categorized for reporting purposes.
- Field evaluation is simpler and quicker with less paperwork, improved access to history and self-evaluation data, and no re-entering of information.
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