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Small Business Administration OIG

SBA Emergency EIDL Grants to Sole Proprietors and Independent Contractors

The Office of Inspector General examined Emergency EIDL grants to sole proprietors and independent contractors from March 29, 2020, until the funds were exhausted just 14 weeks later on July 10. We set out to determine whether the agency complied with its internal policy that set Emergency EIDL grants at $1,000 per employee up to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act mandated maximum amount of $10,000. Using SBA’s data, we found SBA provided $4.5 billion more in Emergency EIDL grants to sole proprietors and independent contractors than they were entitled to receive...

Department of Justice OIG

Review of the Office of Justice Programs’ Administration of CARES Act Funding

Small Business Administration OIG

The Small Business Administration’s Implementation of Recommended Controls and the Economic Aid Act

SBA implemented or initiated action on all the OIG recommendations to strengthen internal controls related to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The Economic Aid Act continued assistance under the PPP for small businesses financially affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. We found SBA implemented the PPP in accordance with the Economic Aid Act with two exceptions. SBA did not 1) require an assessment of affiliation for faith-based organizations which contradicts its internal control procedures and 2) issue guidance regarding farm credit system institutions to ensure requirements...

National Science Foundation OIG

Performance Audit of the Implementation of OMB COVID-19 Flexibilities – University of Michigan

Department of Veterans Affairs OIG

Review of VHA’s Financial Oversight of COVID-19 Supplemental Funds

In response to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the VA Office of Inspector General (OIG) reviewed the Veterans Health Administration’s (VHA) tracking and reporting of COVID-19 supplemental funding from legislation for pandemic relief. VA met monthly reporting requirements to OMB and Congress on supplemental fund obligations and expenditures. VA also submitted required weekly obligations and expenditures from supplemental funding to OMB by program activity. Of approximately $17.3 billion in medical care supplemental funds, VA reported it had obligated about $7.11...

Department of Labor OIG

COVID-19: States Struggled to Implement Cares Act Unemployment Insurance Programs

National Science Foundation OIG

Performance Audit of the Implementation of OMB COVID-19 Flexibilities – University of Central Florida

National Science Foundation OIG

Performance Audit of the Implementation of OMB COVID-19 Flexibilities – California Institute of Technology

National Science Foundation OIG

Performance Audit of the Implementation of OMB COVID-19 Flexibilities - University of Wisconsin - Madison

National Science Foundation OIG

Performance Audit of the Implementation of OMB COVID-19 Flexibilities – Florida International University