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OIG: FEMA Could Improve Documentation and Cost Estimates on Alternative Procedures Pilot Program

The office reviewed three obligated projects, valued at $1.3 billion, to determine whether FEMA followed its guidance for validating subrecipients’ estimates.

OIG: FEMA Should Recover $20.4M Grant Awarded to Diamondhead Water and Sewer District, Mississippi

The OIG found that Mississippi did not fulfill its grantee responsibility to ensure the District followed applicable federal grant requirements.

OIG: DoJ Complied With Improper Payments and Recovery Act

The Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act of 2010 (IPERA) requires each Office of the Inspector General to determine whether the agency is in compliance with IPERA and to submit a report on that determination.

OIG: Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority Provided FEMA Incorrect Information for $33 Million Project

OIG recommends that FEMA should disallow the grant funds awarded to the authority for Project 828 and coordinate with DHS for any applicable suspension and debarment actions.

OIG: Audit Identifies Weaknesses with MEGANOC System Information Security Program

This audit provides four recommendations for improving the Civil Division’s MEGANOC system, but these have not been publicly disclosed as the OIG is only releasing a summary of the report for security reasons.

OIG: City of Waterloo Jeopardizes $1.9 Million in FEMA Grants

Both FEMA and state officials said they experienced similar difficulties obtaining necessary information to process the city’s grant awards, which affected the overall award amount.

OIG: USCIS Has Implemented Recommendations to Improve Green Card Issuance

In a 2016 report, the OIG found that USCIS produced at least 19,000 green cards that included incorrect information or were issued in duplicate between July 2013 and May 2016.

OIG: DHS Information Security Program for Intelligence Systems Not Effective

The auditor determined the agency's continuous monitoring tools for its intelligence system are not interoperable and it has not documented procedures, established formal training, and instituted qualitative and quantitative measures for continuous monitoring of its intelligence systems.
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