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Date Issued
March 29, 2018
OIG Component Office
Provide documentation to support $285,496 in graffiti abatement expenditures or repay the program from non-Federal funds (appendix D).
Program Office
Community Planning and Development
Questioned Costs
Better Funds Use
Publication Report Number

Related Recommendations

Recomendation Status Date Issued Summary
2018-LA-1003-001-A Open March 29, 2018 Provide documentation to support the $811,325 in code enforcement costs (activities 591, 619, and 645), including meeting code enforcement and salary and benefit requirements,4 or repay the program from non-Federal funds.
2018-LA-1003-001-B Open March 29, 2018 Develop and implement a targeted code enforcement strategy that specifies deteriorating or deteriorated areas where code enforcement would be expected to arrest decline. The strategy should include a description of public or private improvements, rehabilitation, or services that would help facilitate code enforcement and also include performance metrics to track progress.
2018-LA-1003-001-C Open March 29, 2018 Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure that code enforcement salaries and benefits are charged and documented in accordance with program requirements.
2018-LA-1003-002-B Open March 29, 2018 Develop and implement procedures and controls to ensure that graffiti abatement expenditures, including salaries and benefits, are accurately charged to CDBG grants and properly supported.