Florida Single Audit Act
The purpose of the questions and answers document and the illustrative documents linked below is to provide clarification and working guidance to those participating in Florida Single Audit Act (FSAA) audits. These documents were prepared based on discussions among, and input provided by, staff of the Executive Office of the Governor, Department of Financial Services, and the Auditor General’s Office.
Florida Single Audit Act Questions and Answers
As FSAA audits may be performed in conjunction with Federal awards audits, illustrative documents are provided below for reports under the Uniform Guidance, Florida Single Audit Act, and the Rules of the Auditor General.
Exhibit A - Independent Auditor's Report on Compliance and Internal Control
A-1 - Unmodified Opinion; No Material Weaknesses Identified; No Significant Deficiencies Identified
A-2 - Unmodified Opinion; No Material Weaknesses Identified; Significant Deficiencies Identified
A-3 - Unmodified Opinion; Material Weaknesses Identified; No Significant Deficiencies Identified
A-4 - Qualified Opinion; Material Weaknesses Identified; Significant Deficiencies Identified
Exhibit B - Management Letter (If prior year version is needed, see the Technical Guidance pages.)
B-1 - Counties (Government-Wide), Municipalities, and Special Districts
B-2 - County Constitutional Officers
B-3 - Nonprofit and For-Profit Organizations
Exhibit C - Schedule of Findings and Questioned Costs
Exhibit D - Summary Schedule of Prior Audit Findings
Other FSAA guidance and information, such as the Catalog of State Financial Assistance, State Projects Compliance Supplement, and various FSAA-related documents, including a Recipient/Subrecipient vs. Vendor checklist, can be found on the Department of Financial Services Web site