Report on a Quality Control Review on the Single Audit of Miami-Dade Transit, Miami, FL
This report presents the results of our self-initiated follow-up quality control review (QCR) on Crowe Horwath LLP’s revised single audit of Miami-Dade Transit’s (of Miami, FL) use of Department of Transportation (DOT) grants during Miami-Dade Transit’s fiscal year which ended September 30, 2013. During this period, Miami-Dade Transit expended approximately $91 million from DOT grant programs. Crowe Horwath determined that DOT’s major programs were the Federal Transit Cluster and the Job Access-Reverse Commute program. We limited the scope of our QCR to the Federal Transit Cluster because its expenditures were approximately 96 percent of the total DOT expenditures. We assigned an overall rating to Crowe Horwath’s work of “pass.” Therefore, Crowe Horwath met the requirements of the Single Audit Act, OMB Circular A-133, and the Federal Transit Cluster. We found nothing to indicate that Crowe Horwath’s opinion on the Federal Transit Cluster was inappropriate or unreliable (see our previous report dated August 13, 2015, QC-2015-076).