Recently Announced Projects

Recent Projects

Audit of Combined Security Transition Command - Afghanistan Oversight and Management of Ammunition Supporting Operation Freedom's Sentinel (Project No. D2017-D000JB-0063. 000)
We plan to begin the subject audit in January 2017. Our objective is to determine whether the Combined Security Transition Command - Afghanistan provided effective oversight of ammunition for the Afghanistan National Defense and Security Forces. This project is part of a series of audits related to U.S .-direct assistance to the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
Assessment of Armed Forces Retirement Home Health-Care Services

We plan to begin the subject assessment in December 2016. Section 418, title 24, United States Code, as amended, requires the Inspector General of the Department of Defense to perform a comprehensive inspection of the Armed Forces Retirement Home. This is the first in a series of oversight engagements that will collectively meet that requirement.

The objective of this assessment is to determine whether the Armed Forces Retirement Home provided health care services in accordance with applicable national health-care standards and met the related quality-of-life needs of the residents of the retirement homes. We will consider suggestions from management on additional or revised objectives or for future inspections and evaluations.

We will perform the inspection at the Armed Forces Retirement Home facilities in Washington, D.C., and Gulfport, Mississippi. We may identify additional locations during the inspection.

Audit of DoD FY 2016 Compliance with Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (Project No. D2017-D000CL-0035.000)

We plan to begin the subject audit in November 2016. Our objective is to determine whether DoD is in compliance with Public Law No. 107-300, "Improper Payments Information Act of 2002," November 26, 2002, as amended by Public Law No. 111-204. This audit is required by Public Law No. 111-204, "Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act of 2010," July 22, 2010.



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Audit of National Security Agency Network and Security Configuration Controls (Project No. D2017-D000RC-0001.000)
We plan to begin the subject audit in November 2016. We are announcing this audit in response to a congressional request in the classified annex to the Intelligence Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 2016. This is the second in a series of audits to determine whether initiatives implemented by the National Security Agency are effective to improve security over its systems, network, and data. Specifically, we will determine whether the National Security Agency implemented effective security configuration controls and processes to protect its devices, systems, enclaves, and networks from internal and external threats.
Audit of Naval Facilities Engineering Command On-Site Monitoring of Energy Savings Performance Contracts (Project No. D2017-D000CI-0037.000)
We plan to begin the subject audit in November 2016. Our objective is to determine whether the Department of the Navy properly administered selected Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) in accordance with Federal and DoD policies and procedures.
Audit of the Troops-to-Teachers Program (Project No. D2017-D000FS-0040.000)
We plan to begin the subject audit in November 2016. We are conducting this project in response to allegations reported to the Defense Hotline. Our objective is to determine whether the Troops-to-Teachers program is operating effectively. Specifically, we will determine whether Troops-to-Teachers personnel properly paid benefits to participants, withheld and reported income tax, accounted for and processed collections and obligations, and managed a grant program.
Summary Audit of Contractor Performance Assessment Reports for Nonsystems Contracts Prepared by the Navy, Air Force, Army, and Defense Organizations (Project No. D2017-D000CF-0044.000)

We plan to begin the subject audit in November 2016. This audit is the fifth and final in a series of audits on DoD officials’ evaluation of contractor performance. Our objective is to summarize systemic problems with preparation of contractor performance assessment reports and identify potential improvements for CPARS and its guidance.



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Quality Control Review of the Military Department Audit Agencies Special Access Program Audits

The Office of the Assistant Inspector General for Audit Policy and Oversight will begin the subject review in December 2016. The Government Auditing Standards require that an audit organization performing government audits have an appropriate internal quality control system and undergo an external quality control review every three years by an organization that is independent of the organization being reviewed. Our objective is to determine whether the quality control program for the Military Department Audit Agencies Special Access Program audits is designed to provide reasonable assurance that the policies and procedures related to the system of the audit quality are suitably designed, operating efficiently.

Assessment of DoD Voting Assistance Programs for Calendar Year 2016 (Project No. D2017-DOOSPO-0063.00)

We plan to begin the subject assessment in November 2016. We are conducting this assessment in accordance with our recurring responsibilities under section 1566, title 10, United States Code (U.S.C) 2016, as amended. This statute requires the DoD Office of the Inspector General (OIG) to report annually to Congress, not later than March 31 each year, regarding: • the effectiveness during the preceding calendar year of voting assistance programs; and • the level of compliance during the preceding calendar year with voting assistance programs of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps. In addition, we will review the Chief of the National Guard Bureau execution of, and compliance with, voting assistance responsibilities in DoD Instruction 1000.04, “Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP),” September 13, 2012.

Attestation of the FY 2016 DoD Detailed Accounting Report for the Funds Obligated for National Drug Control Program Activities (Project No. D2017-D000FT-0007.000)

We plan to begin the subject review in October 2016. We will perform this review to meet the annual reporting requirements of Public Law 105-277, “Office of National Drug Control Policy Reauthorization Act of 1998.” The objective of the review is to attest to whether the funds that the DoD obligated for the National Drug Control Program in FY 2016 are reported, in all material respects, in conformity with ONDCP Circular, “Accounting of Drug Control Funding and Performance Summary,” January 18, 2013.



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