Compliance and Reporting
The Federal Fiscal Compliance and Reporting Division (FFCR) oversees activities to determine whether organizations are in compliance. FFCR is a division of the Department of Grant Compliance and Administration (GCA).
COVID-19 and Federal Grant Funds
Visit the Department of Grant Compliance and Administration for information on the federal grants authorized in response to COVID-19.
Federal grant programs include fiscal requirements to ensure that grant recipients spend funds in the manner specified by the grant program. If your organization receives funds from federal grant programs, you must adhere to these fiscal requirements.
In addition to compliance activities, the division also assigns indirect cost rates, and prepares reports on federal funding.
Refer to the division links listed below for more information on these activities.
FFCR oversees LEA compliance with the local maintenance of equity requirement (MOEquity) that applies to funding authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP).
FFCR issues indirect cost rates for school districts, charter schools, and certain other governmental entities.
FFCR calculates the entitlements, also known as allocations, for federal formula grants. Allocation reports for major formula grants are listed on the Entitlements page of the TEA website.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Part B (IDEA-B) specifies several fiscal requirements that govern the expenditure of state and local funds used to serve students with disabilities. Organizations that receive IDEA-B funds either directly or through a shared services arrangement (SSA) must comply with these fiscal requirements.
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) specifies several federal requirements when accepting federal funds. Organizations that receive ESSA funds either directly or through a SSA must comply with these fiscal requirements.
FFCR randomly selects and reviews federal grant applications after grant funds have been awarded to eligible subrecipients. The review includes programmatic items that were previously included in the Grants Administration Division grant negotiation process as well as some additional items to ensure that reviewed applications comply with applicable statutes, regulations, and non-regulatory guidance.
Recipients of federal grant programs are often required to report back information to the federal government on the use of federal funds. The required information will vary depending on the federal law that governs the reporting. The link above provides information on the federal reporting activities managed by FFCR.