Single Audit Findings for 2014

This table provides you with a high-level summary of the issues we noted during our audit of the major federal programs in terms of deficiencies in the system of internal controls by program. Internal controls include management and program policies, procedures, and guidance that help ensure effective and efficient use of resources; prevention and detection of fraud, waste, and abuse; and the reliability of financial reporting.

Internal Control Deficiencies by Federal Program
ProgramDegree of Internal Control Deficiencies
Material Significant
Block Grants for Community Mental Health Services 0 1
Block Grants for Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse 0 1
Charter Schools 0 1
Child and Adult Care Food Program 0 1
Federal Transit-Metropolitan Planning Grants 0 2
Food Distribution Center 0 1
Formula Grants for Other than Urbanized Areas (Nonurbanized Area Formula Program) 0 2
HIV Care Formula Grants 0 1
HOME Investment Partnerships Program 0 1
High-Speed Rail Corridors and Intercity Passenger Rail Service - Capital Assistance Grants (High Speed Rail) 1 4
Highway Planning and Construction 0 1
Medicaid Cluster 3 2
Medical Assistance Program 3 2
National School Lunch Program 0 1
SCHIP (State Children's Insurance Program) 3 2
School Breakfast Program 0 1
Special Milk Program for Children 0 1
State Survey and Certification of Health Care Providers and Suppliers 3 2
Summer Food Service Program for Children 0 1
Transit Services Cluster 1 4
Transit Services Cluster 1 4
Transit Services Cluster 1 4
Unemployment Insurance 1 2
WIC (Supplemental Nutrition Program) 1 4
Totals 18 46
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