ADS 200.3.2, “Guiding Principles,” identifies “Managing for Results” as one of the five guiding principles for performing work and achieving development results all over the world. Managing for results means that USAID seeks to define and organize its work around the end result it seeks to accomplish.
- Determine budget and financial reporting formats that will support oversight roles and instruct the contractor to provide budget and financial reports that meet this need.
SOURCE: AUDIT REPORT NO. E-267-11-002-P MAY 16, 2011
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- Obligated Program Funds - ADS 202.3 - ADS 602.3
- Program Funding Plans - ADS 202.3.7 - FAR 16.306 (d)(1)
- Ensure That Costs Are Appropriate - ADS 596.3.1 - 634.3.2
- Financial Audits of Subrecipients Were Not Completed - ADS 522.214.171.124
- Mission Could Not Determine Whether Food Storage and Distribution Costs Were Reasonable - ADS 596.3.1 - Food for Peace Act - Office of Management and Budget Circular A-122, “Cost Principles for Non-Profit Organizations,” Attachment A
- Unreasonable Costs Charged to USAID - Office of Management and Budget Circular A-122
- Project Funding Was Not Authorized - Title 22 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 226, Administration of Assistance Awards to U.S. Non-Governmental Organizations, section 226.25, Revision of Budget and Program Plans - (ADS) 303.3.18(a) - ADS 601.3.1