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2017-FW-1005-001-D
Status
Closed
Date Issued
April 25, 2017
Closed Date
November 16, 2017
OIG Component Office
Audit
Develop and implement controls to identify errors and ensure that housing assistance payments are correctly calculated and paid, leases run concurrently with the housing assistance payments contract, required eligibility documentation is maintained, rent reasonableness is completed before executing the housing assistance payments contract and lease, the correct utility allowance rate is used, and documentation to support completed background checks is maintained.
Program Office
Public and Indian Housing
Questioned Costs
$0.00
Better Funds Use
$0.00
Publication Report Number
2017-FW-1005

Related Recommendations

Recomendation Status Date Issued Summary
2017-FW-1005-001-A Closed April 25, 2017 Repay its program from non-Federal funds $4,191 for ineligible housing subsidy overpayments.
2017-FW-1005-001-B Closed April 25, 2017 Support the eligibility of the participant or reimburse its program $6,720 from non-Federal funds for housing subsidy payments.
2017-FW-1005-001-C Closed April 25, 2017 Support that it properly used the funds collected or repay its program $23,463 from non-Federal funds.
2017-FW-1005-001-E Closed April 25, 2017 Revise its written policies and procedures to ensure that it administers its participant repayment agreements in compliance with requirements.
2017-FW-1005-001-F Closed April 25, 2017 Ensure that it executes form HUD-52675 with all program participants and adult household members.
2017-FW-1005-001-G Closed April 25, 2017 Develop written policies and procedures, to include HUD’s requirements to (1) properly report participant data in the PIC system, (2) report repayments and debts owed in the EIV system, and (3) monitor EIV reports.
2017-FW-1005-001-H Closed April 25, 2017 Compare current participant and financial data to the EIV and PIC system data to ensure that all participant data were accurately submitted and reported.
2017-FW-1005-001-I Closed April 25, 2017 Revise its administrative plan to ensure that it accurately reflects current HUD requirements and the Authority’s current policies and procedures.
2017-FW-1005-001-J Closed April 25, 2017 Provide training to its staff to ensure that it is familiar with all HUD documentation and reporting requirements.