Audit of USAID/Pakistan’s Power Distribution Program
USAID/Pakistan implement a plan to continuously engage the Government of Pakistan to protect distribution companies from political influences, and to facilitate the distribution companies to operate under a more business-like model.
USAID/Pakistan implement cost-effective management controls to perform timely monitoring and oversight of the program.
USAID/Pakistan implement a plan to independently review and verify data reported by the contractor.
USAID/Pakistan implement a plan to audit the Power Distribution Program's locally incurred costs and review the contractor's procurement system.
USAID/Pakistan require International Resources Group to stop billing USAID/Pakistan for overtime pay.
USAID/Pakistan determine the allowability of
ineligible questioned costs of $110,400 - $81,225 billed for overtime and $29,175 for weekend pay and recover from International Resources Group any amounts determined to be unallowable.
USAID/Pakistan implement a detailed plan to
carry out Component 3 of the Power Distribution Program, with clearly defined deliverables that the mission can track and measure for timeliness and benefit.