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Department of Defense OIG

Audit of DoD Health Care Personnel Shortages During the Coronavirus Disease–2019 Pandemic

The objective of this audit is to determine whether the DoD medical treatment facilities experienced shortages in health care personnel during the Coronavirus Disease–2019 pandemic, the impact of personnel shortages, and mitigation strategies to reduce shortages during future pandemics. 

Department of Defense OIG

Audit of DoD Use of the Government Purchase Card in Response to the Coronavirus Disease–2019 Pandemic

The objective of this audit is to determine whether cardholders used the Government Purchase Card to support DoD's response to the pandemic in accordance with Federal and DoD policies. We may revise the objective as the audit proceeds, and we will also consider suggestions from management for additional or revised objectives.

Department of Defense OIG

Audit of Military Departments’ Processing of Coronavirus Disease–2019 Vaccination Exemptions and Disciplinary Actions for Active Duty Service Member

The objective of this audit is to determine whether the Military Departments are processing exemption requests for the Coronavirus Disease–2019 vaccination and taking disciplinary actions for active duty Service members in accordance with Federal and DoD guidance. 

Department of Defense OIG

Audit of DoD Actions Taken to Implement Cybersecurity Protections Over Remote Access Software in the Coronavirus Disease–2019 Telework Environment

We are conducting the subject audit at the request of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. The objective of this audit is to determine the actions taken by the DoD to configure remote access software used to facilitate telework during the COVID-19 pandemic to protect DoD networks and systems from potential malicious activity. We will also determine the extent to which the DoD implemented security controls to protect remote connections to its networks. We may revise the objective as the audit proceeds, and we will consider suggestions from management for additional or revised objectives.

Department of Defense OIG

Audit of DoD Actions Taken to Protect DoD Information When Using Collaboration Tools During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The objective of this audit is to determine whether DoD’s deployment of collaboration tools used to facilitate telework during the coronavirus disease–2019 (COVID-19) pandemic exposed DoD networks and systems to potential malicious activity, and the extent to which the DoD implemented security controls to protect the collaboration tools used on its networks. We will perform this audit in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards. We may revise the objective as the audit proceeds, and we will consider suggestions from DoD management for additional or revised objectives.

Department of Defense OIG

Audit of Selected Combatant Commands' Execution of Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act Funding

We plan to begin the subject audit in July 2021. The objective of this audit is to determine whether U.S. Africa Command, U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, and U.S. Southern Command officials used Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act funding to support the coronavirus disease–2019 pandemic response and operations in accordance with Federal laws and DoD policies. We may issue separate reports for each combatant command, revise the objective as the audit proceeds, and will consider suggestions from management for additional or revised objectives.

Department of Defense OIG

Project Announcement: Audit of the Reliability of the DoD Coronavirus Disease 2019 Patient Health Data

We plan to begin the subject audit in February 2021. The objective of this audit is to determine the extent to which the DoD can rely on its coronavirus disease 2019 patient health data to make public health and clinical care decisions.

Department of Defense OIG

Audit of DoD Implementation of Section 3610 Authorized by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act

We plan to begin this audit in May 2020. The objective of this audit is to assess DoD’s implementation of section 3610 as authorized by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, including whether contracting officers properly authorized and reimbursed contractor costs. We may revise the objective as the audit proceeds, and will also consider suggestions from management for additional or revised objectives.

Department of Defense OIG

Research for Future Audits and Evaluations Related to the Effects of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus on DoD Operations (Project No. D2020-D000RM-0108.000)

The World Health Organization declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern for the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on January 30, 2020. On January 31, 2020, the Secretary of Health and Human Services declared a Public Health Emergency in the United States and announced new measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the DoD has sought to address the impact of COVID-19 on the health and safety of DoD personnel and their dependents. For example, the DoD initiated travel restrictions, canceled or postponed training exercises, transferred medical supplies to other Government agencies, deployed U.S. Navy Hospital ships to areas impacted by the outbreak, quarantined civilians on military installations, and various other measures. This memorandum is to formally inform you that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG) is initiating a research project to conduct research, examine the impact of COVID-19 on DoD operations, review measures that the DoD has taken to address the impact of COVID-19, and identify topics for potential DoD OIG audits and evaluations. This research will include data gathering and inquiries into areas such as personnel management; military operations, training, and exercises; human capital; medical readiness and welfare; supply chain management; financial management; cyberspace operations and security; support for civilian authorities; initiatives pertaining to military readiness and the health and welfare of the total force; and other areas.

Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Fund

Evaluation of the Hardest Hit Fund Status and Wind Down Planning

Treasury reports that the Hardest Hit Fund is in a wind down status. SIGTARP will evaluate the status of the program, and Treasury’s planning of the program’s wind down. This will include, for example, TARP dollars remaining to be spent by state agencies, as well as current and estimated future program activity. It will also review Treasury’s direction and guidance to state agencies for wind down planning, and the state agencies’ response.