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March 29, 2019

Report on Evaluation of Defense Contract Management Agency Contracting Officer Actions on DoD Contractor Executive Compensation Questioned by the Defense Contract Audit Agency DODIG-2019-070

We determined whether the actions taken by Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) contracting officers on DoD contractor executive compensation questioned by Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) complied with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), DoD Instructions, and agency policy.

March 25, 2019

Evaluation of DoD Voting Assistance Programs for 2018 DODIG-2019-065

In accordance with the requirements of U.S.C. § 1566, our objective was to determine: the effectiveness during the preceding calendar year of each of the Services’ voting assistance programs; and the level of compliance during the preceding year by the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps with U.S.C. § 1566 and their respective voting assistance programs. Our additional self-initiated objective was to determine whether the headquarters of the combatant commands complied with the requirements of DoD Instruction 1000.04 “Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP).”

March 22, 2019

Quality Control Review of the PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP FY 2017 Single Audit of The CNA Corporation DODIG-2019-067

We conducted a quality control review of the PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) FY 2017 single audit of the CNA Corporation to determine whether the single audit was conducted in accordance with auditing standards and Federal requirements.

March 22, 2019

Summary Audit of Systemic Weaknesses in the Cost of War Reports DODIG-2019-066

Our objective was to identify and summarize any systemic weaknesses in the DoD’s accounting for costs associated with ongoing overseas contingency operations (OCOs) identified in six Cost of War (CoW) audit reports issued by the DoD Office of Inspector General (OIG), Army Audit Agency, Naval Audit Service, and Air Force Audit Agency from 2016 through 2018. We considered a weakness systemic when the same or similar issue occurred in two or more DoD Components involved in the CoW reporting process. In addition, we determined the status of recommendations from six CoW audit reports and the actions DoD Components took in response to those recommendations.

March 21, 2019

Project Announcement: Summary Report of DoD OIG Reviews of Acquisition: A Framework for Improvement (Project No. D2019-D000AU-0129.000)

We plan to begin the subject audit in March 2019. Our objective is to review and summarize previous DoD OIG acquisition reports and recommendations to determine whether systemic weaknesses exist within the DoD acquisition community. We will consider suggestions from management on additional or revised objectives.

March 20, 2019

Audit of DoD Efforts to Consult with Victims of Sexual Assault Committed by Military Personnel in the United States Regarding the Victim’s Preference for Prosecution DODIG-2019-064

We determined whether victims of sexual assault by military personnel that occurred in the United States were consulted on their preference for prosecuting offenses by court-martial or in a civilian court with jurisdiction over the offense and whether the victims’ preference was documented. This audit was initiated in response to requirements in the House Armed Services Committee report that accompanied the Fiscal Year 2019 National Defense Authorization Act.

March 19, 2019

Project Announcement: Audit of the DoD Foreign Military Sales Agreement Development Process (Project No. D2019-D000AX-0128.000)

We plan to begin the subject audit in March 2019. This audit is in response to a congressional reporting requirement contained in House Report 115-676, to accompany the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019. Our objective is to determine whether the DoD coordinated foreign partner requirements for defense articles and services with the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, Military Departments, and other organizations, and whether the metrics used by these components maximize the results of the Foreign Military Sales agreement development process. We will consider suggestions from management on additional or revised objectives.

March 18, 2019

Followup Audit on the Military Departments' Security Safeguards Over SIPRNET Access Points DODIG-2019-063

We determined whether the actions Army, Navy, and Air Force officials took to correct the problems identified in prior DoD Office of Inspector General reports improved logical and physical security safeguards that protect SECRET Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) access points. Specifically, we reviewed the security safeguards protecting SIPRNET access points at Fort Huachuca, Arizona; Fort Hood, Texas; Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia; Naval Air Station North Island, California; Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia; and Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. The report is Classified. To file a Freedom of Information Act request, please submit a request to FOIA Online.

March 18, 2019

Project Announcement: Termination of the Audit of Defense Logistics Agency-Energy Reimbursement Process for Refueling Missions within the U.S Central Command and U.S. Africa Command Areas of Responsibility (Project No. D2019-D000RJ-0103.000)

We announced the subject audit on January 28, 2019, (attached). The objective was to determine whether the Defense Logistics Agency-Energy and supporting commands are billing and obtaining full reimbursement from partner nations for refueling missions within the U.S. Central Command and U.S. Africa Command areas of responsibility. We are terminating this audit because performing the project would represent inefficient use of resources and minimal return on investment. Specifically, the resources are needed to complete a higher priority project. We appreciate the courtesies extended to the staff during the planning phase of the audit.

March 15, 2019

Report of Investigation: Ms. Jill Vines Loftus Senior Executive Service Department of the Navy Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office DODIG-2019-068

We initiated this investigation on January 16, 2018. During our investigation, we also identified an emergent allegation that Ms. Loftus failed to treat her staff with respect. If substantiated, these actions would violate standards summarized throughout this report.