Audit of USAID/Peru's Environmental Activities
USAID/Peru require Chemonics to adjust its budget and prepare a realistic second-year work plan.
USAID/Peru implement a new plan for achieving sustainability for Cordillera Azul National Park, discontinue USAID funding to the park, or perform a cost-benefit analysis to justify additional USAID support absent a plan for long-term sustainability.
USAID/Peru include in the 2012 performance plan and report indicators that more completely measure the achievements of USAID/Peru's environmental program.
USAID/Peru implement a performance management plan that includes indicators to track its environmental activities.
USAID/Peru issue a letter to USAID's Bureau of Policy, Planning and Learning requesting approval of the Peru country development cooperation strategy.
USAID/Peru perform data quality assessments in accordance with USAID requirements and document the results.
USAID/Peru provide training to agreement and contracting officers' representatives about the importance of establishing and maintaining files for projects in accordance with USAID guidance and relevant mission orders.
USAID/Peru require its partners to verify that
training information is entered into Training Results and Information Network as required by the Automated Directives System.
USAID/Peru work with the U.S. Forest Service and Chemonics to develop performance management plans that meet Automated Directives System requirements and approve them.
USAID/Peru evaluate the Peru Forest Sector Initiative and the project for the Cordillera Azul National Park and document the results.
USAID/Peru ask Chemonics to improve its Internet-based management information systems to improve project management.
USAID/Peru determine which USAIDfunded assets under its Peru Forest Sector Initiative and Cordillera Azul National Park awards are unmarked and mark them or execute waivers as appropriate.
USAID/Peru provide branding and marking instructions and guidance to the Peru Forest Sector Initiative partner.