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Many non-governmental organizations that provide international relief and humanitarian programs are supported by funding from domestic and international entities such as the United States government, the United Nations and other lending agencies. These non-governmental organizations must ensure their accounting structures and systems provide them with accurate financial information that complies with funding requirements as well as applicable international financial reporting standards.
Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman has traveled to more than 80 countries on behalf of relief and development organizations. Our professionals have considerable experience auditing the activities under acquisition and assistance awards and regularly consult with clients on the reporting requirements for entities that receive awards from governmental agencies such as the United States Agency for International Development, the United States Department of State and other agencies that provide funding for international programs. Our experience includes ensuring compliance from the field office level to the headquarters of international clients around the world.
We have considerable qualifications and expertise auditing awards in accordance with Office of Management and Budget Circulars A-110, A-122 and A-133, the Federal Acquisition Regulations and other authoritative compliance requirements.
Many clients with global activity also receive funding from non-US government sources donor agencies and we understand the regulations and reporting compliance requirements as they concern donor agencies such as the Canadian International Development Agency, the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development, the United Nations Development Programme, the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Swedish International Development Agency and the Asian Development Bank, among others.
Andreas is an ace in the hole for us. We not only leverage his expertise to monitor our investments around the world, but we view his biggest asset as the ability to facilitate learning and capacity building across all of our partnerships.
Michael Letta | Chief Financial Officer