Recurring Findings

Social Services: Recurring Less severe Noncompliance
Federal Program Issue First Year Reported
Department's Assertion Page Number
Adoption Assistance During our fiscal year 2011-12 audit, we reported that Social Services did not comply with reporting requirements of the Federal Funding Accountability Transparency Act (FFATA) for its federally funded programs. Social Services is in the process of implementing its FFATA reporting process, but failed to submit the fiscal year 2012-13 FFATA reports. 2011-12
Social Services agrees with the audit finding. Since the original audit finding for fiscal year 2011-12, Social Services developed a corrective action plan and has been working with the respective federal agencies and subaward recipients to comply with all FFATA reporting requirements for mandatory grants. This audit finding has been partially corrected based on guidance received by the Administration for Children and Families Region IX. The Department anticipants full compliance by May 2014. 95
Foster Care--Title IV-E During our fiscal year 2011-12 audit, we reported that Social Services did not comply with reporting requirements of the Federal Funding Accountability Transparency Act (FFATA) for its federally funded programs. Social Services is in the process of implementing its FFATA reporting process, but failed to submit the fiscal year 2012-13 FFATA reports. 2011-12
Social Services agrees with the audit finding. Since the original audit finding for fiscal year 2011-12, Social Services developed a corrective action plan and has been working with the respective federal agencies and subaward recipients to comply with all FFATA reporting requirements for mandatory grants. This audit finding has been partially corrected based on guidance received by the Administration for Children and Families Region IX. The Department anticipants full compliance by May 2014. 95
TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) During our fiscal year 2011-12 audit, we reported that Social Services did not comply with reporting requirements of the Federal Funding Accountability Transparency Act (FFATA) for its federally funded programs. Social Services is in the process of implementing its FFATA reporting process, but failed to submit the fiscal year 2012-13 FFATA reports. 2011-12
Social Services agrees with the audit finding. Since the original audit finding for fiscal year 2011-12, Social Services developed a corrective action plan and has been working with the respective federal agencies and subaward recipients to comply with all FFATA reporting requirements for mandatory grants. This audit finding has been partially corrected based on guidance received by the Administration for Children and Families Region IX. The Department anticipants full compliance by May 2014. 95
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