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2018-CH-0002-001-A
Status
Closed
Date Issued
June 14, 2018
Closed Date
April 22, 2020
OIG Component Office
Audit
Obtain documentation from the remaining 55 potential cases (34 cases in the public housing program 21 cases in the Housing Choice Voucher program) reported by the public housing agencies that failed to provide supporting documentation to determine compliance with HUD’s requirements.
Program Office
Public and Indian Housing
Questioned Costs
$0.00
Better Funds Use
$0.00
Publication Report Number
2018-CH-0002

Related Recommendations

Recomendation Status Date Issued Summary
2018-CH-0002-001-B Closed June 14, 2018 Obtain documentation from the remaining 195 potential cases involving children with EIBLLs reported by the public housing agencies (35 reported cases in the public housing program 160 reported cases in the Housing Choice Voucher program) that we did not review during the audit to determine whether the public housing agencies and owners, as applicable, complied with HUD’s requirements or whether action is required under the requirements.
2018-CH-0002-001-C Closed June 14, 2018 Require the public housing agencies to support that the lead hazards were appropriately abated for the 11 cases (3 public housing program 8 Housing Choice Voucher program) that lacked adequate clearance reports or lacked documentation showing that the identified lead hazards had been corrected.
2018-CH-0002-001-D Closed June 14, 2018 Ensure that the owners for the two Housing Choice Voucher program units, in which the families were relocated and abatement was not performed, do not provide housing for families with children under 6 years of age until the lead hazards are abated.
2018-CH-0002-001-E Closed June 14, 2018 Obtain documentation of a lead-based paint inspection or exemption for the 222 public housing developments that failed to provide evidence of compliance with HUD’s lead-based paint inspection requirements.
2018-CH-0002-001-F Closed June 14, 2018 Work with the Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes to update HUD’s regulations to expand the inspection and abatement requirements of 24 CFR Part 35 to housing completed after 1977 in cases in which a child with an elevated blood lead level is reported.
2018-CH-0002-001-G Closed June 14, 2018 Implement adequate procedures and controls at HUD’s field offices to ensure that requirements of 24 CFR Part 35 are followed by public housing agencies, including monitoring the public housing agencies to ensure that required actions are appropriately completed and performed in a timely manner.