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Federal covid-19 testing report: data insights from six federal health care programs

Highlight on: COVID-19 Testing Report

This report examines COVID-19 testing efforts for six federal health care programs during the first seven months following the declaration of a public health emergency in the United States. Published by the PRAC Health Care Subgroup, the report takes a detailed look at testing data in each of the programs that, when combined, provide benefits or care for about 64 million individuals.

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Pandemic Response Accountability Committee Agile Products Toolkit

Agile Products Toolkit for federal, state and local oversight agencies

This toolkit identifies and defines four primary situations where your office may want to consider using an agile product. Consider these guidelines, best practices and lessons learned while conducting, completing, and issuing reports or other work products.

Cover image for report on alignment and gaps in pandemic-related federal spending

Gaps in CARES Act Data Sources and How to Close Them

A commissioned study that identifies gaps in federal data sources and how we can close them to improve the quality of the information we provide to the public.

Pandemic Response Accountability Committee semiannual report to congress, April 1, 2020 to September 30, 2020

PRAC's first semiannual report to Congress

View highlights from the PRAC's first semiannual report or read the report in its entirety to review work from the PRAC's first six months.

Top Challenges Facing Federal Agencies: COVID-19 Emergency Relief and Response Efforts as reported by Offices of Inspectors General across government

Top Challenges Facing Federal Agencies: COVID-19 Emergency Relief and Response Effort

Insight into the top management challenges facing federal agencies that received pandemic related funding as identified by Offices of Inspector General.

Strategic Plan, 2020 to 2025

PRAC Strategic Plan

Our Strategic Plan details how we will serve the American public by promoting transparency and the coordinated oversight of the Federal Government’s coronavirus response to prevent and detect fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement.

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