Inspector General Open Recommendations
12/01/2020 - Small Business Administration Evaluation of the CARES Act Debt Relief to 7(a) Borrowers Inspection / Evaluation - Agency-Wide Open Recommendations
Establish post-payment audit procedures, using a risk-based approach, to verify the accuracy and completeness of all subsidy payments to lenders and include reviews of payments made to loans that changed from liquidation status to regular servicing status, and remedy improper payments in accordance with the Payment Integrity Act of 2019.
12/01/2020 - Department of Veterans Affairs Management and Oversight of the Electronic Wait List for Healthcare Services Audit - Agency-Wide Open Recommendations
12/01/2020 - Department of Homeland Security FEMA Should Disallow $12.2 Million in Disaster Case Management Program Grant Funds Awarded to New York for Hurricane Sandy Audit - NY, US Open Recommendations
We recommend the Regional Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Region II closely monitor the Department of Homeland Security Emergency Services, New York to ensure it maintains an accounting system that adequately identifies the source and application of funds with support by source documentation (44 C.F.R. 13.20(b)(2)(6)).
We recommend the Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator review and revise the Disaster Case Management Program Guide grantee monitoring requirements as required to ensure compliance with Federal regulations to manage the day-to-day operations of grant program activities (44 C.F.R. 13.40(a)).
12/01/2020 - Semi-Annual Report to Congress April 2020 - Oct 2020 Open Recommendations
Assign someone the duties of accounting for project funds and costs, to include: the allocation of costs to funding sources, the proper review of invoices, obtaining full support for invoiced amounts, verifying that the equipment and services are received and maintaining budgetary and expense accounts for ARC grants and other funding sources.
The Wise County IDA should work with MECC to determine how it can provide information on the students that have successfully completed its drone coursework and what success they have had in using their knowledge of drones to obtain work in that field. Based on what MECC can provide, the Wise County IDA should propose to the ARC a revision of the third performance measure regarding the number of students/workers improved to align it with what data MECC can provide regarding the success of its drone students.