We audited the Housing Authority of the County of San Diego’s intergovernmental agreement due to the results of our completed internal auditability survey of public housing agencies with intergovernmental agreements. The auditability survey identified public housing authorities with intergovernmental agreements for potential external reviews due to a recent external audit the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (audit report 2018-LA-1008). According to that report, the Authority did not always follow HUD requirements and its intergovernmental agreement when it managed its legal services with the City of Los Angeles. Based on result of the auditability survey, we selected the Housing Authority of the County of San Diego. Our audit objective was to determine whether the Authority executed and administered its intergovernmental agreement in compliance with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requirements, its own policies and procedures, and the terms of its agreement.
The Authority executed and administered its intergovernmental agreement with the County for administrative and operations activities in compliance with HUD requirements, its own policies and procedures, and the terms of its agreement. Specifically, the Authority ensured that it (1) fostered greater economy and efficiency, (2) monitored its contractor’s performance, and (3) used program funds for supported and eligible activities.
There are no recommendations.