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2 CFR 215.53 - Retention and access requirements for records.


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Collapse    Title 2 - Grants and Agreements
Parts 1 - 299. January 1, 2005.
Table Of Contents
Table Of Contents
Table Of Contents
Table Of Contents (Parts 215 - 215)
Section 215.20 - Purpose of financial and program management.
Section 215.21 - Standards for financial management systems.
Section 215.22 - Payment.
Section 215.23 - Cost sharing or matching.
Section 215.24 - Program income.
Section 215.25 - Revision of budget and program plans.
Section 215.26 - Non-Federal audits.
Section 215.27 - Allowable costs.
Section 215.28 - Period of availability of funds.
Section 215.29 - Conditional exemptions.
Section 215.30 - Purpose of property standards.
Section 215.31 - Insurance coverage.
Section 215.32 - Real property.
Section 215.33 - Federally-owned and exempt property.
Section 215.34 - Equipment.
Section 215.35 - Supplies and other expendable property.
Section 215.36 - Intangible property.
Section 215.37 - Property trust relationship.
Section 215.40 - Purpose of procurement standards.
Section 215.41 - Recipient responsibilities.
Section 215.42 - Codes of conduct.
Section 215.43 - Competition.
Section 215.44 - Procurement procedures.
Section 215.45 - Cost and price analysis.
Section 215.46 - Procurement records.
Section 215.47 - Contract administration.
Section 215.48 - Contract provisions.
Section 215.50 - Purpose of reports and records.
Section 215.51 - Monitoring and reporting program performance.
Section 215.52 - Financial reporting.
Section 215.53 - Retention and access requirements for records.
Section 215.60 - Purpose of termination and enforcement.
Section 215.61 - Termination.
Section 215.62 - Enforcement.
Section 215.0 - About this part.
Appendix A to Part 215 - Contract Provisions