Missouri State Auditor
The primary objective of this report is to show Missouri's spending of federal assistance in the month of August 2021 for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) emergency and the cumulative financial activity since the state began receiving funding in April 2020.
Missouri State Auditor
The primary objective of this report is to show Missouri's spending of federal assistance from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act in the month of July 2021 for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) recovery and the cumulative financial activity since the state began receiving funding in May 2021.
Missouri State Auditor
The primary objective of this report is to show Missouri's spending of federal assistance from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act in the month of August 2021 for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) recovery and the cumulative financial activity since the state began receiving funding in May 2021.
Arizona Auditor General
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.
New York State Comptroller
The Department of Taxation and Finance is responsible for administering more than 40 State and localities, including the sales and use tax. Provisions of State Tax impose a tax on sales of taxable personal property and certain services, with some exemptions and require vendors that makes these sales to register for a Certificate of Authority, collect the tax from customers, and remit the tax to the State. The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted sales tax collections due to restrictions on businesses throughout 2020 and 2021. Collections have since begun to rebound, and, as of May 2021...
North Carolina, City of Charlotte Internal Audit Department
This audit was conducted to evaluate CARES Act funds designated for City Council-approved small business recovery and housing relief programs. The Office found that Community relief programs were adequately designed to address the economic impact from the pandemic. Controls over the distribution and monitoring of some community recovery programs should be improved to prevent and detect misappropriations. Emergency relief programs can benefit from the lessons learned during these COVID-19 responses.
Ohio Auditor of State
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ohio’s unemployment system was flooded with new claims. Our audit found that the unemployment compensation system was not prepared for the surge in unemployment applications resulting from the pandemic. While limited human resources played a role, antiquated systems and lack of business intelligence made problems worse.
Texas, City of Dallas Auditor
The objective of this audit was to evaluate if: (1) the Office of Homeless Solutions Rapid ReHousing Program aligns with governance requirements and meets the City's objectives for the program; and, (2) the CARES Act federal funding has been used appropriately. The Office of Homeless Solutions Rapid ReHousing Program and CARES Act spending generally met requirements and have opportunities to improve. The Rapid ReHousing Program did not have policies and procedures, and its process for requiring background checks was not effective or fully documented.
California State Auditor
This report focuses exclusively on The Department of Housing and Community Development's (HCD) progress in committing and awarding rent relief program benefits to eligible California households by the first crucial federal deadline, which is September 30, 2021. Although HCD is making significant progress toward meeting the first federal deadline, it must commit additional benefits to eligible households in order to reduce the State’s risk of losing millions of dollars in federal funds for this program.
Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury
We have conducted a performance audit of selected programs and activities of the Division of TennCare for the period July 1, 2019, through May 31, 2021. This audit was conducted pursuant to the requirements of the Tennessee Governmental Entity Review Law. The report presents specific findings related to the implementation of telehealth services during the pandemic.