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2017-CH-1009-001-C
Status
Cerrado
Date Issued
Septiembre 30, 2017
Closed Date
Abril 08, 2020
Support or reimburse the project from nonproject funds for the $189,524, as appropriate, in disbursements from the project’s general operating fund account without sufficient documentation showing that the disbursements were for reasonable operating expenses of the project.
OIG Component Office
Audit
Program Office
Housing
Questioned Costs
$189,524.00
Better Funds Use
$0.00
Prioridad
No
Sensitive
No

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Funds Put to Better Use
Funds Put to Better Use

Recommendations that funds be put to better use estimate funds that could be used more efficiently. For example, recommendations that funds be put to better use could result in reductions in spending, deobligation of funds, or avoidance of unnecessary spending.

Questioned Costs
Questioned Costs

Recommendations with questioned costs identify costs: (A] resulting from an alleged violation of a law, regulation, contract, grant, or other document or agreement governing the use of Federal funds; (B] that are not supported by adequate documentation (also known as an unsupported cost]; or (C] that appear unnecessary or unreasonable.

Sensitive
Sensitive

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Priority
Priority

We believe these open recommendations, if implemented, will have the greatest impact on helping HUD achieve its mission to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all.

Housing

  • 2017-CH-1009-001-A
    $542,443.00

    Closed on Abril 08, 2020

    Summary

    Reimburse the project from nonproject funds for the $542,443 in disbursements from the project’s general operating fund account that was not used for reasonable operating expenses or necessary repairs of the project.

  • 2017-CH-1009-001-B
    $384,772.00

    Closed on Diciembre 08, 2020

    Summary

    Reimburse the State from nonproject funds for the additional $384,772 in Medicaid overpayments.

  • 2017-CH-1009-001-D
    $20,000.00

    Closed on Abril 08, 2020

    Summary

    Support or reimburse the project from nonproject funds for the $20,000 value of the project’s van, which was transferred without sufficient documentation showing that the transfer was for reasonable operating expenses.

  • 2017-CH-1009-001-E
    $51,261.00

    Closed on Mayo 01, 2020

    Summary

    Support or reimburse the project from nonproject funds for the $51,261, as appropriated, in credit card purchases without sufficient documentation showing that the purchases were for reasonable operating expenses or necessary repairs of the project.

  • 2017-CH-1009-001-F
    $2,020.00

    Closed on Mayo 01, 2020

    Summary

    Reimburse the project from nonproject funds for the $2,020 in credit card purchases that was not used for reasonable operating expenses of the project.

  • 2017-CH-1009-001-G
    $5,302.00

    Closed on Mayo 01, 2020

    Summary

    Reimburse the project from nonproject funds for the $5,302 in petty cash expenditures that was not used for reasonable operating expenses of the project.

  • 2017-CH-1009-001-H
    $390,583.00

    Closed on Agosto 03, 2020

    Summary

    Pay the project from nonproject funds for the $390,583 in uncollected rental revenue.

  • Closed on Septiembre 04, 2019

    Summary

    Determine the market value of the operating rights for the 10 licensed beds sold in April 2015. If the licensed beds were sold for less than market value, the owner should reimburse the project from nonproject funds for the difference between the market value and the $150,000 sales price of the operating rights for the 10 licensed beds.

  • 2017-CH-1009-001-J
    $1,591,849.00

    Closed on Abril 10, 2020

    Summary

    Implement adequate procedures and controls to ensure that it (1) uses project funds for reasonable operating expenses or necessary repairs of the project, (2) obtains HUD approval before disposing of the project’s assets, (3) receives market value for the sale of licensed beds, (4) obtains HUD approval for the entities selected to manage the project before entering into management agent agreements with the entities, (5) properly completes Medicaid applications, and (6) makes timely mortgage payments to prevent a $1,591,849 claim to HUD on the mortgage.

  • Closed on Marzo 15, 2019

    Summary

    Work with the project’s owner and Greystone for the owner to develop an action plan to bring the owner current on the project’s mortgage, reserve for replacements, and taxes and insurance to prevent a claim to HUD on the mortgage.