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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 30. Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
10/26/2020

Chapter 60. Grants to Area Agencies on AgingRead Chapter

Section 10
Purpose
Section 20
Definitions
Section 30
Applicability of other regulations
Section 40
Planning and service areas
Section 50
Application procedures to obtain designation as a new planning and service area or as a new Area Agency on Aging.
Section 60
Termination of the designation of an Area Agency on Aging.
Section 70
Designation of a new Area Agency on Aging
Section 80
Preparation and submission of the area plan
Section 90
Population to be served
Section 100
Priority services
Section 110
Direct services
Section 120
Basis of accounting
Section 130
Authority to expend federal and state funds
Section 140
Chart of accounts
Section 150
Elements of an acceptable financial management system
Section 160
USDA funds
Section 170
Reimbursement from other sources
Section 180
Liquidation of obligations
Section 190
Area Agency on Aging fiscal manual
Section 200
Authority to transfer funds between the titles of the Older Americans Act
Section 210
Employment of key Area Agency on Aging personnel
Section 220
Taking security deposits and making payments on behalf of clients
Section 230
Support for labor distribution
Section 240
Up-to-date job descriptions for all Title III funded positions
Section 250
Inventorying acquired equipment
Section 260
Control of USDA commodities
Section 270
Purchase of automatic data processing (ADP) equipment
Section 280
Area Agency on Aging property control policies
Section 290
Summary of procurement procedures
Section 300
Contract awards to Area Agencies on Aging
Section 310
Unauthorized awards to debarred, suspended, or high-risk subcontractors
Section 320
Authority for multiyear awards
Section 330
Preference for small business and minority firm awards of grants and contracts.
Section 340
Contract and competitive grants appeals process
Section 350
Acceptable methods for general program income
Section 360
Treatment of interest earned on advances
Section 370
Allowable investment and custody policies.
Section 380
Timing of spending general program income
Section 390
Special internal control safeguards over participant contributions
Section 400
Area Agency on Aging written policies on program income
Section 410
Rules on cash management by Area Agencies on Aging
Section 420
Fidelity bond requirements
Section 430
Area Agency on Aging written policies on subcontractor monitoring
Section 440
Carry-over funds
Section 450
Area Agencies on Aging retain own independent public accountants
Section 460
Frequency of audits and due date for submission of audit reports
Section 470
Scope of audit report
Section 480
Area Agency on Aging audit resolution
Section 490
Close-out
Section 500
Bankruptcy
Section 510
Follow-up actions to grant or subgrantee close-out or termination
Section 520
Area agency record retention requirements
Section 530
Contractors and subcontractors
Section 540
Other record retention requirements
Section 550
Area agency policy and procedures
Section 560
Access to records
Section 570
Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman
Section 580
Substate long-term care ombudsman programs
Section 590
Conflict of interest
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