Follow-Up Audit of USAID/Sudan’s Road Infrastructure Activities.
Fiscal Year: 2011
Upgrading the 192-kilometer Juba–Nimule road in southern Sudan is the principal road infrastructure activity under the Sudan Infrastructure Services Project, a 5-year, $700 million indefinite quantity contract through
September 2011 with the Louis Berger Group Inc. OIG’s initial audit of the mission’s road infrastructure activities found that while the Juba–Nimule road was likely to achieve its main goals, the project was over budget and behind schedule.20 At the time of the audit, the road was already 8 months behind schedule, and the cost had risen from an initial estimate of $87 million to $163.8 million. Concerns remain that design and security issues could cause additional construction delays and cost increases.
This audit will determine whether the Juba–Nimule road has been completed according to schedule and budget.
Source: Office of Inspector General - ANNUAL PLAN - FISCAL YEAR 2011
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