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Department of Veterans Affairs OIG

Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor Contract Emergency Supply Strategies Available Before the COVID-19 Pandemic

VA medical facilities’ demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) increased dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic. The VA Office of Inspector General (OIG) reviewed how the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) ensured the Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor-Next Generation (MSPV-NG) program and its prime vendors met contract requirements by offering medical facilities a no-cost option to develop advance-order supply lists tailored to catastrophic events and contingency plans. The OIG also assessed whether facilities took advantage of those options and strategies and relied on the contracts...

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 Veterans Affairs OIG

Use and Oversight of the Emergency Caches Were Limited during the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic

The OIG assessed how effectively VA managed its emergency caches during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020. These caches contain a standard supply of drugs and medical supplies, including some personal protective equipment, for use during a public health emergency. The review team found that use and oversight of the emergency caches were limited. Only nine of 144 medical facilities activated their emergency caches during the review period (February through June 2020). Among the reasons they were not used included medical facility directors reporting supplies were not needed...

Farm Credit Administration OIG

Survey of Farm Credit Administration Employees on COVID-19

Inspection report on OIG's survey of FCA employees on the safety measures and other actions implemented by FCA in response to COVID-19

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 State University

National Science Foundation OIG

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