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Department of Justice

Bartonsville Man Sentenced For Pandemic Loan Fraud

Department of Justice

Highlands Ranch Man Sentenced to Federal Prison for Using COVID Relief Funds for Plastic Surgery, Weight Loss and Jewelry

DENVER – The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado announces that Daniel Stonebarger, age 50, of Highlands Ranch, was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison for fraudulently obtaining funds intended to help small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Department of Justice

Luzerne County Woman Charged With Covid-19 Related Fraud

Department of the Treasury OIG

Desk Review of the County of San Bernardino (CA)

The objective of this desk review is to evaluate the County of San Bernardino (CA) documentation supporting the uses of its Coronavirus Relief Fund proceeds as reported in GrantSolutions, and to assess risk of unallowable use of funds. The scope of our review will include obligation and expenditure data as reported in the GrantSolutions portal.

Department of the Treasury OIG

Desk Review of the Navajo Nation Tribal Government (AZ)

The objective of this desk review is to evaluate the Navajo Nation Tribal Government (AZ) documentation supporting the uses of its Coronavirus Relief Fund proceeds as reported in GrantSolutions, and to assess risk of unallowable use of funds. The scope of our review will include obligation and expenditure data as reported in the GrantSolutions portal.

Department of the Treasury OIG

Desk Review of Broward County, Florida

The objective of this desk review is to evaluate Broward county of Florida's documentation supporting the uses of its Coronavirus Relief Fund proceeds as reported in GrantSolutions, and to assess risk of unallowable use of funds. The scope of our review will include obligation and expenditure data as reported in the GrantSolutions portal.

Department of the Treasury OIG

Desk Review of the City of Dallas

The objective of this desk review is to evaluate City of Dallas documentation supporting the uses of its Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) proceeds as reported in GrantSolutions, and to assess risk of unallowable use of funds. The scope of our review will include obligation and expenditure data as reported in the GrantSolutions portal.

Small Business Administration OIG

SBA’s Handling of Potentially Fraudulent Paycheck Protection Program Loans

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) found that the Small Business Administration (SBA) did not have an organizational structure with clearly defined roles, responsibilities, and processes to manage and handle potentially fraudulent Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans across the program. In addition, the agency did not establish a centralized entity to design, lead, and manage fraud risk. This problem occurred because the agency did not establish a sufficient fraud risk framework at the start of and throughout PPP implementation. Management stated this was partly due to the speed of the...
Department of Justice

Postal Service Mail Carrier Arrested on Federal Complaint Alleging Scheme to Fraudulently Obtain Nearly $800,000 in Jobless Benefits

Federal authorities this morning arrested a United States Postal Service (USPS) mail carrier and a Santa Clarita Valley man for allegedly scheming to steal approximately $800,000 in unemployment insurance (UI) funds by using false claims of COVID-related job losses and stealing UI debit cards from the U.S. mail.
National Security Agency OIG

Audit of the Implementation of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Section 3610

The audit found the agency had significant issues implementing the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The agency did not sufficiently review CARES invoices due to changing guidelines, reduced contract oversight staffing during the pandemic, overreliance on contractor-provided information, and the lack of clear and comprehensive Contracting Officer Representative (COR) oversight procedures for CARES invoices. As a result, the OIG questioned more than $16.4 million, or 40 percent of the sampled CARES invoice charges. As of June 8, 2021, NSA reported $917 million in CARES...