Levi Zielinski, Capital Edge Consulting

Levi Zielinski, Capital Edge Consulting

Levi Zielinski is a leader of Capital Edge’s Federal Grants Compliance Practice and is based out of the company’s Pittsburgh, PA office.  Levi has over a decade of experience in addressing various accounting and compliance issues related to Federal awards and internal control assessments for non-profit, government, and for-profit entities.  Levi’s expertise includes, but is not limited to, compliance assessments, federal award administration, Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), and Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal awards to non-Federal entities (2 CFR 200, aka Uniform Guidance), as well as additional Federal agency regulatory supplements such as DOE, HHS, DoD, etc.

Professional Experience: Levi is well experienced in working with government contractors and Federal award recipients of varying size, complexity, and industry focus in the areas of accounting and internal controls. Levi has also supported clients with Business Systems Compliance, including risk assessment and Policy and Procedure Development. He has also assisted clients with Subrecipient Monitoring, Audit Support, Audit Findings Resolution, and other regulatory compliance matters.

Prior to joining Capital Edge, Levi was an audit manager for Maher Duessel, CPAs, a member of the AICPA’s Government Audit Quality Center. While at Maher Duessel, CPAs, Levi supervised and performed audits over both not-for-profit and governmental entities, including Single Audits under both OMB Circular A-133 and Uniform Guidance, 2 CFR 200, Subpart F (Single Audit).

Professional Affiliations: Levi is a registered CPA with the Pennsylvania Board of Accountancy.

Education: Levi attended Grove City College where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.

Connect with Levi:
Phone: 1+ 855-CAPEDGE (855-227-3343)
Email: lzielinski@capitaledgeconsulting.com

Grants: The Keys to the Procurement Standards

Uniform Guidance contains certain standards with which all non-Federal entities are required to comply when acquiring goods or services with Federal funds. Procurement has been a large presence in Single Audit findings since the current procurement standards were implemented in Uniform Guidance, and the length of the standards and apparent complexity can make them intimidating.  […]

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