Recommendation Dashboard

OIG makes recommendations in our reports to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of agency programs and help agencies identify questioned costs and funds that could be put to better use. The aim is to spur our audited agencies to take corrective actions, which allow us to close the recommendations.

This dashboard identifies current open recommendations along with the associated questioned costs.  Open recommendations may be resolved or unresolved:

  • A recommendation is resolved when OIG agrees with the agency's plan of action.
  • A recommendation is unresolved when the agency has yet to share a plan of action or OIG disagrees with the plan.

Audit Reports Issued Prior to April 1, 2019, With Open and Unimplemented Recommendations and Potential Cost Savings (USAID, MCC, USADF, IAF, OPIC) as of September 30, 2019

 

Total Open Recommendations (As of 9/24/20)

463

Open Financial Recommendations (As of 9/24/20)

$344,330,717

Please see an updated list of recommendations with their corresponding report below.

2009

Nov 09, 2008
Audit Report
6-268-09-002-P
Recommendation
1

USAID/Lebanon institute procedures to perform data quality assessments as required by Automated Directives System 203.3.5.2.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
2

USAID/Lebanon develop a schedule to periodically sample and review its implementing partners' data for completeness, accuracy, and consistency.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
3

USAID/Lebanon update its performance management plan to clarify definitions for its democracy and governance indicators to be objective in accordance with Automated Directives System 203.3.4.2(b).

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Nov 08, 2008
Audit Report
6-278-09-003-P
Recommendation
1

USAID/Jordan direct the contractor to update the performance monitoring and evaluation plan on time for the final year of the project in accordance with the terms of the contract.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
2

Contracting Officer, USAID/Jordan, determine the allowability of the ineligible questioned costs of $28,650 of duplicate and/or overcharges for travel, allowances, and labor claimed by the contractor for the period from May 25, 2006, to November 30, 2007, and recover any amournts determined to be unallowable.

Questioned Cost
$28650
Close Date
Recommendation
3

Contracting Officer, USAID/Jordan, determine the allowability of the unsupported questioned costs of $12,989 of duplicate and/or overcharges for travel and allowances claimed by the contractor for the period from May 25, 2006, to November 30, 2007, and recover any amounts determined to be unallowable.

Questioned Cost
$12989
Close Date
Oct 28, 2008
Audit Report
6-278-09-001-P
Recommendation
1

USAID/Jordan issue specific guidance requiring the cognizant technical officers for the democracy and governance program to periodically verify data reported by implementing partners.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
2

USAID/Jordan (1) provide guidance to the International Republican Institute in the development and submission of both an implementation plan and a performance monitoring and evaluation plan that link activities to objectives and results and a performance monitoring and evaluation plan that explains the partners' approach to monitoring and evaluation and includes details of methods of measurement and data collection, and (2) approve these plans in writing.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
3

USAID/Jordan liquidate the unexpended balance of $333,339 from fiscal years 2005-2006 for contract number 278-DFD-I-02-04-00128-00 before making any expenditures from later fiscal years' funds.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Oct 16, 2008
Audit Report
1-521-09-001-P
Recommendation
1

USAID/Haiti, in coordination with the Partnership for Supply Chain Management, develop an action plan, listing specific tasks and timeframes, to move the commodities to the new central warehouse.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
2

USAID/Haiti, in coordination with the Partnership for Supply Chain Management, install the necessary fire safety items at the central warehouse.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
3

USAID/Haiti develop an action plan, in coordination with its partners, to improve the forecasting method in order to lessen the amount of expired commodities.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
4

USAID/Haiti destroy expired products in a timely manner.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
5

USAID/Haiti, in coordination with its partners, develop an action plan to improve the supply pipeline specifically with regard to Oraquick, or another confirmatory test not requiring cold storage, in order to lessen the amount of stock outs for this product.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
6

USAID/Haiti, in coordination with the Partnership for Supply Chain Management, develop an action plan listing specific tasks and timeframes, to finalize and implement a performance monitoring plan for the PEPFAR program in Haiti.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
7

USAID/Haiti revise its memorandum of understanding with the Global Fund to spell out the conditions and responsibilities of each party for loans and donations of commodities.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date
Recommendation
8

USAID/Haiti establish an internal policy that requires that estimates for loans of PEPFAR program commodities be reported in the budgets and the actual loans and repayments to stakeholders in Washington.

Questioned Cost
$0
Close Date