Audit of USAID/Haiti's New Settlement Construction Activities
USAID/Haiti determine whether the current targets are realistic or need to be adjusted and document revised estimates of completion dates for the remaining houses and sites.
USAID/Haiti require contractors to include detailed instructions in their quality control plans to make sure that construction projects meet the quality standards set forth in the contracts.
USAID/Haiti require its contractors to document all test results and make them available on request.
USAID/Haiti require its contractors to document and resolve identified deficiencies, and use punch lists before asking USAID to accept completed houses.
USAID/Haiti correct the problems noted with finishing the completed houses.
USAID/Haiti address the inconsistencies in environmental reporting between its contractors and implement a plan for more vigorous enforcement of environmental mitigation at the construction sites.
USAID/Haiti complete the required contractor performance evaluations for all new settlement construction contracts in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation and USAID's Acquisition Regulation.
USAID/Haiti document its actions with regard to branding plans in accordance with USAID regulations and obtain appropriate waivers if necessary. 11