|(a) Quality assurance reviews include programmatic
monitoring, financial monitoring, and financial auditing.
(b) The OAG will conduct quality assurance reviews
throughout the existence of a grant. A grantee must make all grant-related
records available to OAG representatives unless the information is
sealed by law.
(c) Quality assurance reviews may be review of required
performance reports, on-site visits or desk reviews and may include
any information that the OAG deems relevant to the grant.
(d) The OAG, or its designee, may make unannounced
visits at any time.
(e) The OAG reserves the right to conduct its own audit
or contract with another entity to audit any grantee.
(f) Based on the information gathered during monitoring
or auditing, the OAG will issue a quality assurance report.
(g) A grantee must submit documentation to the OAG
responding to any findings and questioned costs contained in the report.
(h) The quality assurance determination of the OAG
is final and not subject to judicial review.