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Improper Payments: Status of Agenciesí Efforts to Address Improper Payment and Recovery Auditing Requirements: Congressional Testimony
The fed. gov’t. is accountable for how its agencie

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By McCoy Williams (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 33
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437900305

The fed. govít. is accountable for how its agencies & grantees spend hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars & is responsible for safeguarding those funds against improper payments & recouping those funds when improper payments occur. The U.S. Congress enacted the Improper Payments Info. Act of 2002 (IPIA) & section 831 of the Nat. Defense Author. Act for FY2002, commonly known as the Recovery Auditing Act, to address these issues. This testimony focuses on: (1) progress made in agenciesí implementation & reporting under IPIA for FY2007; (2) major challenges that continue to hinder full reporting of improper payment info.; & (3) agenciesí efforts to report on recovery auditing & recoup contract overpayments. Charts & tables.

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