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Annual Audit Requirement for Renewal Applications

" August 31, 2021 - Please ensure that the CACFP renewal application is submitted by the deadline of 9/30/2021. All CEs that are responsible for completing the Annual Audit will have their renewal application returned for incomplete if the Annual Audit has not been completed.
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If the organization is a Non-Federal Contracting Entity (including States, federally recognized Indian Tribes, local governments, nonprofit organizations and for-profit organizations) you must complete the annual audit screen located at Applications >> Annual Audit. Renewal applications will be returned for correction if the Annual Audit screen has not been completed.

CACFP Program Year 2022 Renewal Application Deadlines
DUE DATES: We recommend submitting your application by:
» August 15, 2021 if you are notified that you are a Tier 3 Renewal, and/or if you are a Dual Sponsor (a sponsor of Centers as well as Day Care Homes).
» August 30, 2021 if you are a sponsoring organization, a Tier 2 Renewal, and/or are making significant changes to your previously approved application packet.
» September 1, 2021 if you are an independent center and/or Tier 1 renewal.

IMPORTANT:
» If you wish to participate in the CACFP for PY 2022 you MUST SUBMIT AN APPLICATION (only complete applications that have no errors will be approved for renewal) FOR RENEWAL via TX-UNPS NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 30, 2021.
» Submitting an application after September 1, 2021, may delay advance payments and payments for claims.
» December 1, 2021 ALL CACFP renewing CEs must have an approvable application submitted; CACFP renewing CEs whose applications that cannot be approved as submitted as of December 1, 2021 will be declared Seriously Deficient (SD).

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