Contracting Agencies Audit GuidelinesResources for external auditors and contracting agencies for completing the annual audits of Child Care and Development, Nutrition, Adult Education, and No Child Left Behind programs.
CDE Audit Guide, Revised 2015 (PDF; 1MB)
Guidelines for independent auditors conducting audits of Child Care and Development, Nutrition, and Adult Education, and No Child Left Behind contracts administered by the California Department of Education (CDE).
Audited Attendance and Fiscal Reports
Forms and instructions for independent auditors to simplify the audit process and facilitate CDE's determination of fiscal year end reimbursable earnings needed to close out child development contracts.
AUD Forms – Fiscal Year 2017-18
- Instructions 2017-18 (DOCX)
- AUD 1400 2017-18 (PDF)
Audited Attendance and Fiscal Report for Special Programs for the Severely Handicapped
- AUD 2507 17-18 (PDF)
Audited Fiscal Report for Resource and Referral Programs or Centralized Eligibility List Contracts
- AUD 8501 2017-18 (PDF)
Audited Attendance and Fiscal Report for California State Preschool Programs.
- AUD 8501 SC 2017-18 (PDF)
Audited Attendance and Fiscal Report for California State Preschool Programs – Santa Clara Pilot
- AUD 8501 SF 17-18 (PDF)
Audited Attendance and Fiscal Report for California State Preschool Programs – San Francisco Pilot
- AUD 9500 2017-18 (PDF)
Audited Attendance and Fiscal Report for General or Migrant Center-Based Programs.
- AUD 9500 A 2017-18 (PDF)
Audited Fiscal Report for Migrant Special Services Contracts
- AUD 9500 AP 2017-18 (PDF)
Audited Fiscal Report for Cal-WORKS, Alternative Payment or Family Child Care Home Programs
- AUD 9529 2017-18 (PDF)
Audited Fiscal Report for Child Development Support Contracts.
- AUD 9529 CCIP 17-18 (PDF)
Audited Fiscal Report for Childcare Initiative Project Contracts
- AUD 9530 A 2017-18 (PDF)
Audited Reserve Account Activity Report (a separate form is required for each type of reserve account)
AUD Forms – Fiscal Year 2016-17
- Instructions 2016-17 (DOC)
- Audited Attendance and Fiscal Reports - AUD Forms - Fiscal Year 2016-17 (XLS; 1MB)
Annual Audit Status Certification (AASC)
Organizations that participate in Child Care and Development, Nutrition, Adult Education, and No Child Left Behind programs administered by the California Department of Education (CDE) must annually report to the CDE the total amount of federal and state funds expended during the past fiscal year. The AASC form (DOC), while streamlining this process, does not replace the federal and state requirements to submit an annual audit report to the Federal Clearinghouse and to the CDE Audits and Investigations Division.
The AASC form must be completed according to the AASC form instructions and returned to the CDE Audits and Investigations Division by the deadline noted at the top of the form. To ensure the accuracy of reported information, the person completing the AASC form should have knowledge of all your organization’s financial contracts and programs. If the information requested on the AASC form does not apply to your organization for reasons such as cancellation, termination, or voluntary discontinuation of CDE’s programs, please sign, date, and return the form with a notation stating the reason of non-applicability.
Submit your organization’s completed and signed AASC form to:
Robert Hoyer, Staff Services Analyst
California Department of Education
Audits and Investigations Division
1430 N Street, Suite 5319
Sacramento, CA 95814
Failure to timely submit the AASC form to the CDE Audits and Investigations Division may jeopardize your continued participation in all programs administered by the CDE.
If you need assistance with the AASC form, please contact Robert Hoyer, Staff Services Analyst, at 916-445-6776.
Child Development Fiscal Services Web Site
Information on child care and development programs that includes (1) contract funding terms and conditions and (2) fiscal reporting and reimbursement procedures (the "Greenbook").
Government Auditing Standards (the "Yellowbook")
United States Government Accountability Office’s standards for use by auditors of government entities and entities that receive government awards and audit organizations performing audits under these standards.
Electronic Code of Federal Regulations
Part 200—Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirementsfor Federal Awards.