Pursuant to 45 C.F.R. § 1641 the Legal Unit conducts proceedings to debar IPAs who have failed significantly to comply with government auditing standards and OIG audit guidance.
The primary purpose of a QCR is to determine whether the financial statement audit work, compliance audit work, and the associated review of internal controls over both financial reporting and compliance are conducted in accordance with applicable standards and the OIG guidance. The standards and guidance include Government Auditing Standards, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants standards, Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-133, the Uniform Grant Guidance, and the OIG's Audit Guide for Recipients and Auditors, which includes the OIG's Compliance Supplement.The…
Updated: 19 May 2000 Appendix A: Compliance Supplement for Audits of LSC Recipients (December 1997)Superseded by December 1998 edition of the Compliance SupplementAppendix A: Compliance Supplement for Audits of LSC Recipients (December 1996)Superseded by December 1997 edition of the Compliance SupplementAudit Guide for Recipients and Auditors (November 1995) including Appendix A: Compliance Supplement for Audits of LSC Recipients (November 1995)Superseded by Audit Guide for Recipients and Auditors (November 1996) and December 1996 edition of the Compliance Supplement
JACKSON, MISS (January 20, 2015) - Shirley Mae Williams, 47, of Jackson, Missippi, former Executive Director of the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project (MVLP), in Jackson, MS, was sentenced to 5 months incarceration to be followed by 5 months of home confinement and ordered to pay a $1,500.00 fine. The sentence imposed is in conjunction with the $54,424 in restitution made by Williams on November 13, 2014.
JACKSON, MS (November 13, 2014) - Shirley Mae Williams, 47, former Executive Director of the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project (MVLP), in Jackson, MS, entered a plea of guilty for the theft of federal funds. Williams will be sentenced on January 21, 2015 and faces a maximum penalty of 1 year in prison and a $100,000.00 fine.
WHEELING, WV (July 2, 2013) - Janel Phillips, age 45, of Belington, West Virginia, was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment, with the first 5 months being served under home detention. Phillips was also ordered to make restitution in the amount of $85,327.74.
WASHINGTON (April 2, 2012) – David Wagner, 49, was sentenced today in St. Louis to five months in prison for his role in the theft of nearly $160,000 in federal grant funds from a now-defunct nonprofit American Samoa legal services corporation.
WASHINGTON (March 28, 2012) - Julie Matau, 49, and her daughter, Andrea Matau, 28, each were sentenced yesterday in Oakland, Calif., for their participation in the theft of nearly $160,000 in federal grant funds from a now-defunct nonprofit American Samoa legal services corporation.