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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.

Filed under: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention