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The Aurora Housing Authority Did Not Always Follow Requirements When Obligating, Expending, and Reporting Information About Its Recovery Act Capital Funds

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Office of Inspector General reviewed the Aurora Housing Authority to determine whether the Authority obligated its funds by the deadline, adequately managed its procurements and contracts, and accurately reported its Recovery Act information in FederalReporting.gov. We determined that the Authority did not obligate $22,018 of its Recovery Act funds by the March 17, 2010, deadline, adequately manage its Recovery Act procurements and contracts, or accurately report the number of vendor payments and jobs created in FederalReporting.gov.

We recommend that the Director of the Denver Office of Public Housing (1) recapture $22,018 in grant funds that was not obligated by the deadline (2) require the Authority to support the $206,377 in procurements and contracts and repay any amount not reasonable from non-federal funds, and (3) work with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to make the applicable reporting changes in FederalReporting.gov.