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Department of Veterans Affairs OIG

Comprehensive Healthcare Inspection Program (virtual reviews) Reports VISN 5

This report will provide (1) a descriptive evaluation of Veterans Integrated Service Network facilities’ pandemic readiness and response as determined by recent Comprehensive Healthcare Inspection Program inspections.

Department of Veterans Affairs OIG

Review of VHA’s Telehealth Billing Practices for Community Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Management advisory memorandum detailing the growth of community telehealth claims and the associated risks.

Department of Veterans Affairs OIG

Comprehensive Healthcare Inspection Program (virtual reviews) Reports VISN 6 & 2

This report will provide (1) a descriptive evaluation of Veterans Integrated Service Network facilities’ pandemic readiness and response as determined by recent Comprehensive Healthcare Inspection Program inspections.
 

Department of Veterans Affairs OIG

Review of VHA Purchases and Management of Communication Devices Using COVID Supplemental Funding

To determine whether the purchase of iPad and iPhone devices by VHA's Office of Connected Care was adequately planned and managed and to ensure adequate management controls are in place to reduce the risk of loss and misuse of the devices.

Department of Veterans Affairs OIG

Community Care Consult Management During the COVID-19 Pandemic at Martinsburg VAMC in West Virginia

This inspection will assess the allegations related to the timeliness of scheduling community care consults by the Care in the Community service.

Department of Veterans Affairs OIG

VHA’s COVID-19 Vaccine Planning and Implementation

This review will assess VHA’s response, readiness, implementation, and outcomes with the administration of the COVID-19 vaccines to employees and veterans. 
 

Department of Veterans Affairs OIG

Audit of Community Care Consults During COVID-19

The VA OIG is conducting this audit to determine the extent VHA billed veterans’ private health insurance for care provided through the community for conditions not related to military service. Revenue recovery from veterans’ private health insurance has been an ongoing concern. Three previous OIG reports highlighted internal control weaknesses leading to missed opportunities to bill and recover funds. 
 

U.S. Agency for International Development OIG

Audit of Data Quality in Selected in USAID PEPFAR Programs in Africa

This audit will look at the quality of data reported in selected President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) programs to determine if weaknesses exist that may lead to inaccurate results reporting. The objectives of this audit are to assess the extent to which USAID has: (1) designed and implemented internal controls over collecting, verifying, and reporting PEPFAR data; and (2) identified and mitigated the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on its internal controls over PEPFAR data quality.  

U.S. Agency for International Development OIG

Audit of the Role of Ventilators in USAID’s COVID-19 Response

USAID’s activities to assess need and identify appropriate interventions are key in shaping how it responds to public health emergencies.  The primary role of ventilators has been one of the most controversial aspects of USAID’s COVID-19 response, attracting both media and Congressional scrutiny.  The objectives of this audit are to answer the following questions: (1) What are USAID’s practices for assessing needs and prioritizing interventions during public health emergencies? (2) To what extent, if any, did the practices employed to determine the use and allocation of ventilators during the COVID-19 pandemic differ from these practices?

U.S. Agency for International Development OIG

Oversight of Overseas Contingency Operations

As required by section 8L of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, the Inspectors General for the Department of Defense, Department of State, and USAID work together to report quarterly to Congress on every overseas contingency operation’s progress and corresponding oversight activities.  Starting in the second quarter of fiscal year 2020, these quarterly reports include reporting on the COVID-19 outbreaks in Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, and the Philippines, as well as the U.S. government response to them.