Audit of USAID/Mexico's Global Climate Change Program
USAID/Mexico require the Nature Conservancy to adjust and resubmit its work plan and budget to account for the delays experienced in the first year.
USAID/Mexico work with the Nature Conservancy to identify a new local partner to take on the financial system for REDD+ and help manage subgrants with local partners while maintaining the cost share level agreed to in the award.
USAID/Mexico work with Tetra Tech Inc. to provide written status updates on activities approved in the work plans.
USAID/Mexico develop a plan to help the Nature Conservancy improve the monitoring and evaluation component of the M-REDD Program.
USAID/Mexico, Tetra Tech Inc., and the Nature Conservancy implement a plan to define how each indicator is to be tracked.
USAID/Mexico consult with USAID/Washington's Global Climate Change Office on how to calculate and report greenhouse gas emissions reductions and sequestrations for activities related to law,
policy, agreement, or regulation.
USAID/Mexico verify the information reported in the performance management plan and performance plan and report, and revise the reports accordingly.
USAID/Mexico conduct a data quality assessment (which includes verification of data) on its performance plan and report indicators.
USAID/Mexico, Tetra Tech Inc., and the Nature Conservancy implement uniform guidance on how to calculate and report data in the Training Results and Information Network.
USAID/Mexico amend the Tetra Tech Inc. contract to include Clause 52.222-50 of the Federal Acquisitions Regulation.
USAID/Mexico advise Tetra Tech Inc. and the Nature Conservancy to implement appropriate methodologies for planning, allocating, tracking, and reporting earmarked funds.
USAID/Mexico verify that Tetra Tech Inc. corrects the internal control deficiencies identified in this audit report.
USAID/Mexico advise Tetra Tech Inc. and the Nature Conservancy to implement security plans that adequately address the safety and security of their personnel working in regional locations.