Audit of USAID/Angola's Public-Private Partnerships For Development
USAID/Angola designate an individual, in writing, who is responsible for spearheading the mission's efforts to build and manage strategic partnerships and for maintaining the mission's relationship with the Office of Innovation and Development Alliances.
USAID/Angola review Mission Order 203 and update it to address performance management and evaluation requirements, including alternative monitoring activities to mitigate security constraints.
USAID/Angola remind staff members, in writing, of their responsibility to comply with Mission Order 203, until such guidance is superseded.
USAID/Angola develop and implement a strategy for addressing performance management requirements, given the human resources challenges the mission faces.
USAID/Angola remind the Cooperative League of the U.S.A., in writing, of its responsibility to report on progress toward its results, including reporting on its performance indicators quarterly.
USAID/Angola remind agreement officer's technical representatives, in writing, of their responsibility to maintain adequate files.
USAID/Angola contract an independent accounting firm to conduct an agreed-upon procedures engagement of the Municipal Development Program's expenditures.
The agreement officer for the Municipal Development Program remind CARE Angola, in writing, of its obligation to retain records supporting program expenditures for at least 3 years.
USAID/Angola remind staff members, in writing, of their responsibilities to verify that implementers adhere to branding and marking requirements, in accordance with Automated Directives System 320.