Access to books, documents, papers, and records for audit and examination by Comptroller General, etc.
The Comptroller General and the appropriate Secretary, or any of their duly authorized representatives, shall, until the expiration of three years after the retention period for the report that is submitted to the Secretary under subsection (a), have access (for the purpose of audit and examination) to any books, documents, papers, and records of such recipients which in the opinion of the Comptroller General or the appropriate Secretary may be related or pertinent to the grants, contracts, subcontracts, subgrants, or other arrangements referred to in the preceding subsection. The retention period shall be defined in regulations promulgated by the Secretary pursuant to section 5373 of this title.
Availability by recipient of required reports and information to Indian people served or represented
Each recipient of Federal financial assistance referred to in subsection (a) of this section shall make such reports and information available to the Indian people served or represented by such recipient as and in a manner determined to be adequate by the appropriate Secretary.
Repayment to Treasury by recipient of unexpended or unused funds
Except as provided in section 13a or 5325(a)(3)
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of this title, funds paid to a financial assistance recipient referred to in subsection (a) of this section and not expended or used for the purposes for which paid shall be repaid to the Treasury of the United States through the respective Secretary.
Single-agency audit report; additional information; declination criteria and procedures
For each fiscal year during which an Indian tribal organization receives or expends funds pursuant to a contract entered into, or grant made, under this chapter, if the Indian Tribal organization expends $500,000 or more in Federal awards during such fiscal year the tribal organization that requested such contract or grant shall submit to the appropriate Secretary a single-agency audit report required by chapter 75 of title 31.
In addition to submitting a single-agency audit report pursuant to paragraph (1), a tribal organization referred to in such paragraph shall submit such additional information concerning the conduct of the program, function, service, or activity carried out pursuant to the contract or grant that is the subject of the report as the tribal organization may negotiate with the Secretary.
Any disagreement over reporting requirements shall be subject to the declination criteria and procedures set forth in section 5321 of this title
[Pub. L. 93–638, § 5], formerly § 5 and title I, § 108, Jan. 4, 1975, [88 Stat. 2204], 2212; renumbered and amended [Pub. L. 100–472, title I, § 104], title II, § 208, Oct. 5, 1988, [102 Stat. 2287], 2296; [Pub. L. 100–581, title II, § 209], Nov. 1, 1988, [102 Stat. 2940]; [Pub. L. 101–301, § 2(a)(4)], May 24, 1990, [104 Stat. 206]; [Pub. L. 101–644, title II, § 202(3)], Nov. 29, 1990, [104 Stat. 4665]; [Pub. L. 103–413, title I, § 102(2)], Oct. 25, 1994, [108 Stat. 4250]; [Pub. L. 116–180, title II, § 201(b)], Oct. 21, 2020, [134 Stat. 879].)