Child Support Services: Recurring Material Internal Control Deficiencies
||First Year Reported
|Child Support Enforcement
||Child Support Services continues to have problems fulfilling its subrecipient monitoring responsibilities for the Child Support Enforcement program. In the prior year, BSA reported that Child Support Services didn't effectively monitor local child support agencies' (LCSAs) use of federal funds through site visits, limited scope audits, or other means. Finance completed audits of only two LCSAs (out of 52) during fiscal year 08-09. Further, Child Support Services did not provide all federal award information to LCSAs. The January 2010 letter sent to LCSAs did not include the award number for the federal fiscal year 2009 award, which authorized Recovery Act funding for the first three months of fiscal year 2009-2010.
|Child Support Services will continue completing the audits started during FY 2009-2010 and will focus on achieving the number of audits required for a four year plan of reviewing all LCSAs. Additionally, Child Support Services will ensure that allocation letters to the LCSAs include their federal award number, CFDA number, and amount of Recovery Act funds.