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Statewide Single Audit Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2020

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Report Description: 
What Was Performed? Fourteen federal programs under seven state agencies were reviewed for the Uniform Guidance Single Audit for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2020. Why This Engagement? The State of Delaware is required by federal law to have an annual audit of the administration of federal assistance programs. In fiscal year 2020, the state administered $3.5 billion in federal assistance programs through various state agencies. What was found? Seven entities were reviewed for the audit: • Department of Education • Department of Labor • Department of Health and Social Services • Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control • Department of Transportation • Delaware National Guard • Office of Management and Budget Within those seven entities, a total of 14 federal programs were reviewed. Overall, the state received an unmodified opinion.1 However, there were 16 findings in total, and five of those 16 led to a qualified opinion.2 Of the 16 findings issued in the report, five were repeat findings. The entities with repeat findings were: • Department of Health and Social Services (x4) • Department of Health and Social Services and Department of Labor (x1) Recommendations: Our office will work with the federal government to resolve the findings identified with the state agencies. The FY20 State of Delaware Uniform Guidance Single Audit Reporting Package can be found on our website.
Date Issued: 
Thursday, August 12, 2021
Agency Reviewed / Investigated: 
Location: 
United States
Type of Report: 
Audit
Professional Standard: 
GAO's Yellow Book, Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS)

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