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2017-LA-1001-003-A
Status
Closed
Date Issued
April 13, 2017
Closed Date
May 18, 2018
OIG Component Office
Audit
Repay $48,323 to the program from non-Federal funds for non-program-related payroll costs.
Program Office
Community Planning and Development
Questioned Costs
$48,323.00
Better Funds Use
$0.00
Publication Report Number
2017-LA-1001

Related Recommendations

Recomendation Status Date Issued Summary
2017-LA-1001-001-A Closed April 13, 2017 Support the reasonableness of the amount paid for the food facility consolidation and expansion project or repay the program $1,663,758 from non-Federal funds.
2017-LA-1001-001-B Closed April 13, 2017 Correct any citations from the Southern Nevada Health District at the Pettiti public pool before May 2017 using non-Federal funds or repay the entire project cost of $596,126 from non-Federal funds and support the reasonableness of the change orders for the Pettiti pool project or repay the program from non-Federal funds.
2017-LA-1001-001-C Closed April 13, 2017 Support the cost reasonableness of $2,809 in change orders for the ADA pool improvement project or repay the program from non-Federal funds.
2017-LA-1001-001-D Closed April 13, 2017 Provide supporting documentation for $4,955 in unsupported costs or repay the program from non-Federal funds.
2017-LA-1001-001-E Closed April 13, 2017 Provide support showing that the ADA pool improvement project allows equal and independent access for people with disabilities through a third party or correct the access issue.
2017-LA-1001-001-F Closed April 13, 2017 Develop and implement procurement policies and procedures for monitoring subrecipients to ensure that the scope of work developed by its subrecipients is sufficiently detailed to allow contractors to submit informed bids, reducing the number of change orders after the contract, and that its subrecipients do an independent cost analysis before all procurement transactions, including change orders, to ensure that it receives a reasonable price and allows for full and open competition.
2017-LA-1001-001-G Closed April 13, 2017 Develop and implement policies and procedures that ensure labor wage interviews are completed and documented.
2017-LA-1001-001-H Closed April 13, 2017 Provide training to its staff on CDBG program rules and requirements to ensure that its staff adequately implements policies and procedures.
2017-LA-1001-002-A Closed April 13, 2017 Identify the national objective met for the park project or repay the program $2,000,000 from non-Federal funds.
2017-LA-1001-002-B Closed April 13, 2017 Develop monitoring practices to ensure that all projects that use limited clientele criteria exclusively serve the specific population claimed.
2017-LA-1001-003-B Closed April 13, 2017 Determine the allocable amount of CDBG payroll costs for the employees who worked on CDBG and non-CDBG activities and adjust the funding amount as necessary or repay the program $573,064 from non-Federal funds.
2017-LA-1001-003-C Closed April 13, 2017 Repay $71,397 to the program from non-Federal funds for the use of CDBG funds for code enforcement costs related to general government expenses.
2017-LA-1001-003-D Closed April 13, 2017 Revise its code enforcement program to meet CDBG requirements for the remaining $33,603 budgeted or amend the use of the funding to another CDBG-eligible activity.
2017-LA-1001-003-E Closed April 13, 2017 Determine the CDBG proportional benefit of the $329 charged for indirect automotive costs and repay the program any unsupported charges using non-Federal funds.
2017-LA-1001-003-F Closed April 13, 2017 Obtain training or technical assistance from HUD concerning CDBG code enforcement, allocation of payroll, and indirect administrative costs.