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2018-NY-1007-001-F
Status
Closed
Date Issued
September 27, 2018
Closed Date
August 22, 2022
OIG Component Office
Audit
We recommend that HUD’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Grant Programs require the City to provide documentation showing that it has strengthened its invoice review process to ensure that costs are eligible and supported before disbursing Disaster Recovery funds.
Program Office
Community Planning and Development
Questioned Costs
$0.00
Better Funds Use
$0.00
Publication Report Number
2018-NY-1007

Related Recommendations

Recomendation Status Date Issued Summary
2018-NY-1007-001-A Open September 27, 2018 We recommend that HUD’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Grant Programs require the City to provide documentation to show that the $594,012 disbursed due to the use of multipliers was for eligible, reasonable, necessary, and supported costs or reimburse its program from non-Federal funds.
2018-NY-1007-001-B Open September 27, 2018 We recommend that HUD’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Grant Programs require the City to provide documentation to show that the $2,689 disbursed due to a higher than required overtime rate was supported by documentation from the trade unions or reimburse its program from non-Federal funds.
2018-NY-1007-001-C Open September 27, 2018 We recommend that HUD’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Grant Programs require the City to reimburse its program $1,198 from non-Federal funds for overpaid wages due to billing and payroll errors.
2018-NY-1007-001-D Open September 27, 2018 We recommend that HUD’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Grant Programs require the City to pay $544 in unpaid wages to the subcontractors of the affected employees and submit evidence that these employees have been paid.
2018-NY-1007-001-E Open September 27, 2018 We recommend that HUD’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Grant Programs require the City to provide training to its staff to help ensure compliance with applicable cost principle, procurement, and Davis-Bacon requirements.
2018-NY-1007-001-G Open September 27, 2018 We recommend that HUD’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Grant Programs require the City to provide documentation showing that payments made under the Rockaway Boardwalk construction management services contract complied with Davis-Bacon and Related Acts requirements and that restitution is made to affected workers for any underpayments identified.