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Date Issued
August 29, 2016
OIG Component Office
Complete the implementation of the new accounting system and ensure it tracks program funds to a level that supports compliance with HUD requirements.
Program Office
Community Planning and Development
Questioned Costs
Better Funds Use
Publication Report Number

Related Recommendations

Recomendation Status Date Issued Summary
2016-AT-1012-001-B Open August 29, 2016 Provide support that $944,687 (Footnote 2: Emergency funds of more than $1.1 million drawn between July 1, 2011, and December 31, 2015, were adjusted to consider $158,800 questioned in recommendation 1C and $38,164 questioned in recommendation 1D.) in Emergency funds drawn from HUD is reconciled with the accounting records and that such funds have not been used in violation of the restrictions and prohibitions of applicable statutes or reimburse the Emergency programs from non-Federal funds.
2016-AT-1012-001-C Open August 29, 2016 Reimburse $189,227 to the Emergency programs from non-Federal funds for ineligible charges made to the programs.
2016-AT-1012-001-D Open August 29, 2016 Submit supporting documentation showing the eligibility, reasonableness, and allocability of $38,164 charged to the Emergency programs for unsupported drawdowns and equipment cost allocations or reimburse the programs from non-Federal funds.