What is FAFTA and a CAA’s Obligation to Comply?

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FFATA stands for the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act, which requires information on federal awards to be made publicly available via a single, searchable website, www.USASpending.gov. This FAQ discusses if CAAs are required to comply with FFATA’s reporting requirements.

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