OIG is pleased to announce our risk-based Biennial Audit Plan for Fiscal Years (FY) 2022–2023. The OIG Biennial Audit Plan includes eight statutorily mandated audits and eight discretionary audits of the AbilityOne Program. Throughout the 2022–2023 audit cycle, OIG will continue to focus on high-risk areas in the program and operations, as well as aspects of the Program related to the pandemic. This plan provides a detailed roadmap for independent and objective audits focused on enhancing confidence in the program, increasing economies and efficiencies, and fostering program growth, while preventing and detecting fraud, waste, and abuse. Our process to select and prioritize our planned work included assessing the top management and performance challenges, congressional interests, the results of our prior work, and key risks that Commission staff identified. OIG then used this information to inform discussions with Commission Members as well as members of the Commission’s executive leadership team about audits that will help improve Commission work and advance operations.
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
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