We issued this report to analyze the risk of illegal, improper, and erroneous purchases made through the Social Security Administration’s charge card programs.
Strengthen Planning, Transparency, and Accountability
Our objective was to review the Agency Head Quarterly High-dollar Overpayment Reports to the Office of the Inspector General, as required by Executive Order 13520, Reducing Improper Payments, for the quarters ended December 2016 and March, June, and September 2017.
The purpose of this report is to fulfill our responsibilities under the Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990 (CFO Act) (Pub. L. No. 101-576) and related legislation, we monitored KPMG, LLP’s (KPMG) audit of the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 financial statements to ensure the quality of the audit work performed was adequate.
We issued this report to assess the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) (1) completeness, timeliness, quality, and accuracy of Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 second quarter financial and award data it submitted for publication on USASpending.gov and (2) implementation and use of the Government-wide financial data standards established by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and Department of the Treasury (Treasury).
We issued this report to summarize and assess the most serious management and performance challenges facing the Social Security Administration.
We issued this report to identify Social Security Administration (SSA) employees who received a promotion or Within-grade Increase (WIGI) while working under an Opportunity to Perform Successfully (OPS) plan.
We issued this report to answer six questions related to the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) compliance with congressional requests and electronic message requirements.
We issued this report to determine whether the Social Security Administration (SSA) assigned individuals as representative payees (payees) who were convicted of crimes that should have barred them from serving.