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Report on Improving the Controls Over the Procurement Process of the Denver Regional Printing and Procurement Office

By Andary, Robert G.

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Title: Report on Improving the Controls Over the Procurement Process of the Denver Regional Printing and Procurement Office  
Author: Andary, Robert G.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
Collections: Government Library Collection
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Publisher: Government Printing Office

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Andary, R. G. (n.d.). Report on Improving the Controls Over the Procurement Process of the Denver Regional Printing and Procurement Office. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.net/


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Excerpt: Attached is the report of an Office of Inspector General (OIG) performance audit on the procurement controls over the Denver Regional Printing and Procurement Office (RPPO) from October 1, 2001, through April 30, 2002. An onsite visit was made on June 10-20, 2002, at the Denver RPPO. We are taking the unusual step of issuing the report without the benefit of your comments because, despite repeated requests for comments, none have been provided in the two and one half months since the draft report was forwarded to you. We initially forwarded a draft to you on August 21, 2002, and asked for comments by September 20, 2002. After receiving no comments from PPD by that date, we were informed that the manager responsible for making the comments was on a vacation until the end of October.

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RESULTS IN BRIEF.............................................................................................1 BACKGROUND....................................................................................................3 OBJECTIVES, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY................................................. 4 FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS..............................................................7 1. DIRECT-DEAL AUTHORITY......................................................................…..7 2. INDEPENDENT REVIEWS......................................................................…..11 3. PROCUREMENTS PROCESSED...........................................................…..13 4. AUTOMATED SYSTEMS.........................................................................…..16 5. CONTRACT COMPLIANCE.....................................................................…..20 6. ADEQUATE COMPETITION ON TERM CONTRACTS...........................…..23 7. COST ELEMENT “TIMEWORK”..............................................................…..27 8. INTERNAL CONTROL PROGRAM..........................................................…..29 9. INVENTORY............................................................................................…..31 10. PRIOR AUDIT RECOMMENDATIONS...................................................…..33 APPENDIX I: OTHER MATTERS DISCUSSED WITH MANAGEMENT..........35 APPENDIX II: RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY.............................................38

 

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