Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation
Capital Projects Management (Follow-Up Review) In our prior audit report 98-S-73, we examined the procedures used by the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation to allocate funds for capital projects and to monitor the progress and cost of the projects. We found that the basis for funding decisions was not documented. As a result, funds for capital projects were less likely to be allocated in accordance with priorities. We also identified weaknesses in the procedures used to monitor project cost and progress. We recommended improvements in the procedures used to fund and monitor capital projects, and in our follow-up review, we found that significant progress had been made in implementing the recommendations contained in our prior report.
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