Universities providing financial assistance to non-governmental entities are required to notify those entities annually in writing the following information:
1) The Entity Annual Report (E-1) filing requirement established by IC 5-11-1-4 and the audit requirement established by IC 5-11-1-9;
2) The source(s) of the funding provided;
a) Local and/or state funds (in the case of subsidies, contributions, or general aid),
b) Federal grants passed through including the formal name of the program and CFDA number, or
c) Fee for service arrangements,
3) The State Board of Accounts may request documentation to support the categorization of the financial assistance,
4) The E-1 is not to be confused with the Secretary of State’s Business Entity report, and
5) The entity may obtain additional information from the State Board of Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Entity” is defined in IC 5-11-1-16 as “any provider of goods, services, or other benefits that is: (1) maintained in whole or in part at public expense; or (2) supported in whole or in part by appropriations or public funds or by taxation.” This includes for-profit and not-for-profit corporations, unincorporated associations, organizations, individuals, etc. Examples of non-governmental entities are volunteer fire departments, a local YMCA, youth leagues, senior citizen centers, 4-H clubs, daycare centers, health service organizations, emergency medical service organizations, community centers, historical societies, etc.
Financial assistance to non-governmental entities is defined as payments received in the form of grants (whether from local, state, or federal sources), subsidies, contributions as permitted by statute, aid, or other agreements. For more information on what constitutes financial assistance, please refer to the State Board of Accounts’ Uniform Compliance Guidelines for Examinations of Entities Receiving Financial Assistance from Governmental Sources found on the State Board of Accounts’ website at www.in.gov/sboa under Private Examiner Audits/Non-Governmental Entities Receiving Governmental Assistance/Uniform Compliance Guidelines.
Each non-governmental entity receiving financial assistance from governmental units is required to submit a Gateway financial report, the E-1, in accordance with IC 5-11-1-4(a). Information requested includes the source and use of financial assistance provided by governmental units. The entity is subject to a State Board of Accounts audit in accordance with IC 5-11-1-9 if certain funding thresholds are met.
Effective July 1, 2017, IC 5-11-5-1.5 (House Bill 1031) went into effect that requires entities audited by the SBOA to submit a Corrective Action Plan for any noncompliance issues that have been repeated from prior reports.
We have created the following guidelines and FAQs in regards to this: 1031 Guidelines
If you need to submit a CAP, please click here.
CAP Template - This is a template of the CAP for your reference, but please remember, you have to submit it online via the link above.
Please submit any questions you have related to this process to CAP@sboa.in.gov.
The Colleges/Universities are established under the following Articles:
- Ball State University: IC 21-19
- Indiana State University: IC 21-21
- Indiana University: IC 21-20
- Ivy Tech Community College: IC 21-22
- Purdue University: IC 21-23
- University of Southern Indiana: IC 21-24
- Vincennes University: IC 21-25
Title 21 of the Indiana Code addresses Higher Education.
Per Statute, the Executive Officer is responsible for submitting the 100R by January 31 each year. The Executive Officer may delegate the submission to the Fiscal Officer. If you do not have a Gateway account, please complete the form here to request one.
If you would like to request access for someone else, please complete the Limited Delegation of Authority form.
If you have any questions, email our help desk at email@example.com.
Gateway 100R Resources
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Pursuant to IC 5-11-1-27(j), all political subdivisions are required to report to us all erroneous or irregular material variances, losses, shortages, or thefts of local funds or property. For the purposes of this IC section, material is defined by the State Examiner in State Examiner Directive 2015_6. Please use the following form to report this information to us. All fields are required.