Audit of USAID/Haiti's Protecting the Rights of Children, Women, and Youth Program
USAID/Haiti determine whether the scope should be simplified before designing the follow-on program and document its decision.
USAID/Haiti implement a plan to coordinate and streamline mission approvals of program documents for the new program, defining roles and responsibilities within the mission, and estimating timelines for approvals.
USAID/Haiti develop and document a plan for a rigorous design process in accordance with Automated Directives System 201 for the follow-on program, and determine and document its expected level of involvement in program implementation before deciding on the appropriate type of award mechanism.
The mission review and document its awardprocessing
time to identify potential bottlenecks.
USAID/Haiti review the new program's description for clarity, revise it as necessary before implementation, and document all revisions.
USAID/Haiti identify and document areas of intervention before implementing the follow-on program.
USAID/Haiti complete and document the baseline survey to determine the capacity of local partners.
USAID/Haiti's agreement officer determine the allowability of the $110,000 in questioned costs spent on the baseline survey ($110,000) and recover from Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere Inc. any amounts determined to be unallowable.
USAID/Haiti define the assessment tools for studies required by the agreement, clarify them with the implementer before awarding the follow-on program, and document the complete process.
USAID/Haiti clarify and document the goals of the grants component of the program and its relationship to institutional capacity building before implementing the follow-on program.
USAID/Haiti assess the new implementer's capacity for awarding and managing grants before awarding the agreement for the follow-on program and document the results of the assessment.