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Arizona Auditor General

Federal COVID-19 Monies Allocated to Arizona

Since March 2020 through October 2021, the federal government has allocated through various acts $74.9 billion to the State of Arizona and its local governments, businesses, and individuals for COVID-19 response and relief efforts. This special COVID-19 funding report presents information on the amounts, intended purposes, and recipients of those allocations. It also presents the results of our audit of the allocated monies Arizona State government directly spent and distributed during fiscal year 2020.
Arizona, Scottsdale's City Auditor's Office

Economic Development Programs

This audit was conducted to review performance measures and cost-effectiveness of economic development programs. The audit found that the department spent 22% of its small business assistance pandemic relief funds and can improve its business contact information. Further, business attraction and retention activities can be more effectively evaluated, and performance measures and metrics could be better used to evaluate outcomes
Arizona Auditor General

Report on Internal Control and on Compliance Year Ended June 30, 2020

Based on our audit of the State’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, we reported internal control weaknesses and instances of noncompliance over financial reporting. For example, the Department of Economic Security did not put all critical identity-verification or other anti-fraud measures in place before paying federal CARES Act unemployment insurance benefits and reported it paid over $4 billion in fraudulent identity theft unemployment insurance benefits claims through September 4, 2021, when the benefits ended.