Unimplemented Recommendations: March 2011
The March 2011 edition of the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) Compendium of Unimplemented Recommendations (Compendium) summarizes significant monetary and nonmonetary recommendations that, when implemented, will result in cost savings and/or improvements in program efficiency and effectiveness. Implementation generally requires one or more of three types of actions: legislative, regulatory, or administrative. Some issues involve more than one type of action.
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Each narrative in the Compendium contains a background summary, findings, recommendation(s), management response summary, status, and report titles, numbers, and issue dates. In the case of monetary recommendations, there is also an estimate of the savings that may be achieved by implementing the recommendations. The estimated value of each monetary recommendation is based on the specifics of each review and is not projected beyond the scope of the original review. The estimates provide indicators of potential savings, but the actual savings to be achieved depend on the scope of the legislative, regulatory, or administrative implementing actions.
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Unimplemented OIG recommendations summarized.
FY 2014 Work Plan
OIG projects planned for 2014.
Significant OIG activities in 6-month increments.