Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Internal Control Review of the Process for Awarding American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funds for Healthcare-Associated Infections Programs
The internal controls over the grant-award process used to award Recovery Act funds, as described by CDC management, are suitably designed to provide reasonable assurance that the specified internal control objectives would be achieved if the described internal controls were complied with satisfactorily and applied as designed. However, we did not perform procedures to determine the operating effectiveness of these internal controls. Accordingly, we express no opinion on the operating effectiveness of any aspect of CDC�s internal controls over the grant-award process used to award Recovery Act funds, individually or in the aggregate.
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