Review of Georgia’s Pandemic Influenza Expenditures for the Period August 31, 2005, Through June 30, 2008
As of June 30, 2008, Georgia’s Division of Public Health, Office of Preparedness (the State agency) had spent $4.9 million of the $14 million in pandemic influenza (pan flu) funding that it received from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The unspent funds totaled $9 million, or 65 percent of the cumulative awarded amount.
We reviewed $2.9 million of the $4.9 million charged to the award and concluded that $2.5 million complied with Federal cost requirements. The remaining $379,000 was not allowable. Specifically, $255,000 was not adequately documented, and $125,000 did not meet Federal cost requirements.
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