Grantees' Use of President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief Funds
In more than 60 countries, grantees of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), such as ministries of health and other partners, work to control the spread of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). In fiscal year 2017, CDC awarded more than $1.5 billion in President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) funds to accelerate progress toward achieving an AIDS-free generation and create a lasting infrastructure that allows partner countries to respond to a range of health challenges and threats. To date, OIG has conducted a series of PEPFAR audits of grantees in eight countries in Africa and Asia. OIG's PEPFAR oversight has helped grantees learn important grant and program integrity lessons that apply to ongoing and future responses to infectious diseases. In previous audits of foreign PEPFAR grantees, OIG identified unallowable expenditures and internal control weaknesses. We will determine whether selected foreign and domestic grantees managed PEPFAR funds in accordance with award requirements.
|Announced or Revised||Agency||Title||Component||Report Number(s)||Expected Issue Date (FY)|
|November 2018||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention||Grantees' Use of President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief Funds||Office of Audit Services||W-00-19-57300||2020|