Audit of USAID/Egypt's New Scholarship Program
USAID/Egypt identify gender-sensitive indicators that contribute to the eight objectives of the New Scholarship Program and require Institute of International Education to track and include data on them in its progress reports.
USAID/Egypt determine the allowability of $62,503 in questioned costs ($19,335 ineligible and $43,168 unsupported) and recover any amounts determined to be unallowable from the Institute of International Education.
USAID/Egypt conduct a review of the Institute of International Education's internal controls for meeting and reporting its cost-sharing contribution requirements to consider if actions need to be taken to strengthen IIE's accounting and reporting of cost sharing.
USAID/Egypt work with the Institute of International Education to implement written procedures for measuring the effectiveness of program training.
USAID/Egypt work with the Institute of International Education to establish a procedure for documenting the final selection of scholarship recipients and study-abroad participants.
USAID/Egypt provide the Institute of International Education with guidance on the definitions of performance indicators for the program, on collecting and reporting data on the indicators, and on maintaining documentation of reported results.
USAID/Egypt implement a plan to periodically verify that the Institute of International Education is complying with its approved monitoring and evaluation plan.
USAID/Egypt define what training information it intends to report for the New Scholarship Program and enter that information into the Training Results and Information Network.