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Report on a Single Audit of the State of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

Self-Initiated
Project ID: 
SA2019080
What We Looked At
We reviewed the State of Nebraska’s single audit report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2018, in order to identify findings that affect directly awarded Department of Transportation programs. An independent auditor prepared the single audit report, dated March 19, 2019.
 
What We Found
We found that the report contained two allowable costs/cost principles and subrecipient monitoring findings that need prompt action from the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) management. We also found that the report contained an allowable costs/cost principles and subrecipient monitoring finding that needs prompt action from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) management.
 
Recommendations
We recommend that FTA ensures that the State complies with the allowable costs/cost principles and subrecipient monitoring requirements. We also recommend that NHTSA ensures that the State complies with the allowable costs/cost principles and subrecipient monitoring requirements. In addition, we recommend that FTA recovers $303,917 and NHTSA recovers $11,745 from the State, if applicable.

Recommendations

Open

Closed

No. 1 to FTA

Ensures the State complies with the allowable costs/cost principles and subrecipient monitoring requirements.

$232,750
No. 2 to FTA

Recovers $232,750 (2018-067) from the State, if applicable.

$71,167
No. 3 to FTA

Recovers $71,167 (2018-068) from the State, if applicable.

No. 4 to NHTSA

Ensures the State complies with the allowable costs/cost principles and subrecipient monitoring requirements, resulting in questioned costs of $11,745.

$11,745
No. 5 to NHTSA

Recovers $11,745 from the State, if applicable.