The OIG identified the top management and performance challenges (TMPC) for FY 2022 facing the U.S. AbilityOne Commission as: 1) Implementation of the Strategic Plan a) Modernization and Enhancement of Oversight of NPA Compliance b) Implementation of new Cooperative Agreements with Central Nonprofit Agencies c) Successful Implementation of the Section 898 Panel Recommendations d) Use of an Enterprise-wide Risk Management (ERM) Framework 2) Enhancement of Program Compliance (as currently executed, before implementation of the new Strategic Plan, as well as new challenges as a result of the Strategic Plan) 3) Breakdowns in Internal Control over Financial Management and Reporting 4) Growing List of Unimplemented OIG Audit Recommendations. Appendices: - Appendix A Watch Item: Program Growth and Resulting Risk - Appendix B - Removal of Watch Items: Accessibility - Appendix C - Removal of Top Challenges: 1) Higher Level of Transparency Needed to Enhance Program Confidence 2) Implementation of Cooperative Agreements with CNAs (as they existed before the Commission issued its new Strategic Plan) 3) Program Erosion - Appendix D – 898 Panel Recommendations for Commission action. OIG provided a draft of the report to Commission management, whose comments on the new challenges and on the Commission’s progress in each challenge area have been considered for incorporation into the final version.
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
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Top Management Challenges
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