Follow-Up Audit of USAID/Brazil’s Environmental Activities
USAID/Brazil establish written procedures that require adequate oversight of its projects.
USAID/Brazil establish written procedures to measure training effectiveness.
USAID/Brazil develop and report against an indicator which it considers most significant and best reflects the progress and impacts of their interventions.
USAID/Brazil provide training during the next meeting with all implementers to discuss the definition and the expectations of what should be considered for reporting progress against the training indicator and the policies, laws, agreements, or regulations indicator.
USAID/Brazil's Agreement Officer's Technical Representative require each implementing partner to submit a monitoring and evaluation plan if one was required as part of the cooperative agreement.
USAID/Brazil's Agreement Officer's Technical Representative adapt its monitoring and evaluation tool to track the receipt and approval of key documents such as life-of-project plans, annual work plans, and monitoring and evaluation plans.
USAID/Brazil develop and implement a system to confirm that reported performance results are accurate.
USAID/Brazil conduct an assessment to confirm that the implementing partners have procedures and internal controls to properly track and report the activities correctly.
USAID/Brazil develop and implement procedures to collect and input training data quarterly into the USAID training network.