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to document the use of the Grant funds for at least three (3) years after the expiration <br />of the Grant Period. The County shall have access to all books, records, and <br />documents as required in this Section for the purpose of inspection or audit during <br />normal business hours at the County's expense, upon five (5) days prior written <br />notice. <br />5.2 Compliance with Laws. The Recipient shall comply at all times with all applicable <br />federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations. <br />5.3 Audit Requirements. If Recipient receives $100,000 or more in the aggregate from <br />all Indian River County government funding sources, the Recipient is required to have <br />an audit completed by an independent certified public accountant at the end of the <br />Recipient's fiscal year. Within 180 days of the end of the Recipient's fiscal year, the <br />Recipient shall submit the audit to the Indian River County Office of Management and <br />Budget. The fiscal year will be as reported on the application for funding, and the <br />Recipient agrees to notify the County prior to any change in the fiscal period of <br />Recipient. The Recipient acknowledges that the County may deny funding to any <br />Recipient if an audit required by this Contract for a prior fiscal year is past due and has <br />not been submitted by May 1. <br />5.3.1 The Recipient further acknowledges that, promptly upon receipt of a qualified <br />opinion from their independent auditor, such qualified opinion shall immediately be <br />provided to the Indian River County Office of Management and Budget. The.qualified <br />opinion shall thereupon be reported to the Board of County Commissioners and <br />funding under this Contract will cease immediately. The foregoing termination right is <br />in addition to any other right of the County to terminate this Contract. <br />5.3.2 The Indian River County Office of Management and Budget reserves the right <br />at any time to send a letter to the Recipient requesting clarification if there are any <br />questions regarding a part of the financial statements, audit comments, or notes. <br />5.4 Insurance Requirements. Recipient shall, no later than October 1, 2018, provide <br />to the Indian River County Risk Management Division 'a certificate or certificates <br />issued by an insurer or insurers authorized to conduct business in Florida that is rated <br />not less than category A-: VII by A.M. Best, subject to approval by Indian River <br />County's risk manager, of the following. types and amounts of insurance: <br />(i) Commercial General Liability_ Insurance in an amount not less than <br />$1,000,000 combined single limit for bodily- injury and property damage, <br />including coverage for premises/operations, products/completed operations, <br />contractual liability, and independent contractors; <br />(ii) Business Auto Liability Insurance in an amount not less than $1,000,000 <br />per occurrence combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage, <br />including coverage for owned autos and other vehicles, hired autos and other <br />vehicles, non -owned autos and other vehicles; and <br />(iii) Workers' Compensation and Employer's Liability (current Florida statutory- <br />limit) <br />tatutorylimit) <br />(iv) In the event that children are supervised, Sexual Molestation Liability <br />Insurance in an amount not less than $1,000,000 each occurrence/claim. <br />5.5 Insurance Administration. The insurance certificates, evidencing all required <br />insurance coverages shall be fully acceptable to County in both form and content, <br />— EXHIBIT B - <br />