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Department of Labor OIG

Audit of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Adequacy of Plans and Use of Funds Provided under the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act

Department of Labor OIG

COVID 19: Audit of States' Use of Staffing to Support Implementation of CARES Act UI Programs

Department of Labor OIG

COVID 19: Audit of Emergency Unemployment Relief for Government Entities and Non-Profit Organizations Program (EURGENO)

Department of Labor OIG

COVID-19: Audit of the Temporary Full Federal Funding of Regular Compensation Program

Department of Labor OIG

Audit of DOL’s Oversight of the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Program’s Emergency Administrative Grant

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law and included a division coined the Emergency Unemployment Insurance Stabilization Access Act of (EUISSA) 2020. The EUISSA authorizes the Department of Labor (DOL) to transfer emergency administrative grants (grants0 to states’ Unemployment Trust Fund for the amount of $1 billion to administer its Unemployment Insurance (UI) program. DOL to date has provided the $1 billion in grants to states to administer the UI program. This audit will determine if DOL provided adequate oversight of states’ use of emergency administrative grant funds authorized under the EUISSA 2020.

Department of Labor OIG

Alert Memo - COVID-19 – ETA Administration's Lack of UI Improper Payment Estimates for Temporary Programs

The CARES Act expanded UI benefits under the CARES Act.  The CARES Act created major changes to existing UI coverage, including establishing 3 new & temporary key programs (PUA, PEUC, FPUC). This alert memo will focus on why ETA is not reporting an improper payment estimates for temporary programs. 

Department of Labor OIG

Audit of CARES Act and Continued Assistance Acts Impact on Non-Traditional Claimants

The CARES and Continued Assistance Acts expanded states’ ability to provide unemployment insurance for many workers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including for workers who were not ordinarily eligible for unemployment benefits, non traditional claimants. Our audit will determine if non traditional claimants received Unemployment Insurance benefits as intended under the CARES Act and the Continued Assistance Act. 

Department of Labor OIG

Audit of CARES Act UI Program Payment Promptness and Claimant Eligibility

Have State Workforce Agencies (SWAs) implemented adequate procedures to ensure only eligible individuals are receiving CARES Act UI benefits. 

Department of Labor OIG

Audit of ETA’s Oversight of UI Integrity for CARES Act Programs

Audit of ETA’s Oversight of UI Integrity for CARES Act Programs

Department of Labor OIG

COVID-19: Audit of States’ Information Technology Systems Capability in Processing Unemployment Insurance Claims