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Accountability

The Inspectors General of the agencies that received Hurricane Sandy funding are providing oversight of the funding and will be issuing reports on how the agencies are managing the money.  The Government Accountability Office was also required to review the agencies' internal control plans relative to the programs receiving Sandy funding.

 

Department of Commerce

 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Hurricane Sandy Relief Funding for the National Estuarine Research Reserve System (PDF 427 KB)

 

Department of Homeland Security

 FEMA's Initial Response in New Jersey to Hurricane Sandy (PDF 371 KB)

 FEMA's Initial Response in New York to Hurricane Sandy (PDF 351 KB)

 New Jersey Complied with Applicable Federal and State Procurement Standards (PDF 818 KB)

 FEMA Should Recovery $3.7 Million in Unneeded Funds Awarded to BBeach Haven, New Jersey (PDF 363 KB)

 FEMA Should Review Public Assistance Grant Funds Awarded to Belmar, New Jersey (PDF 363 KB)

 FEMA Should Review Public Assistance Grant Funds Awarded to Little Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey (PDF 533 KB)

 The Village of Saltaire, New York, Generally Managed FEMA's Public Assistance Grant Funds Effectively (PDF 588 KB)

 The State of New York Needs to Sign Mission Assignments More Quickly (PDF 431 KB)

 

Department of Transportation 

 Initial Assessment of Federal Transit Admininstration's Oversight of Hurricane Sandy Relief Funds (PDF 507 KB)

 

Environmental Protection Agency

 Internal Control Lessons Learned for Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Appropriations Act Funds (PDF 511 KB)

 

U.S. Postal Service

 Vehicle Operations - Response to Hurricane Sandy (PDF 1 KB)

 Emergency Preparedness for Hurricane Sandy (PDF 2 KB)

 

Government Accountability Office

 Improved Guidance on Designing Internal Control Plans Could Enhance Oversight of Disaster Funding (PDF 747KB)

 

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Other Oversight Resources

International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions, INTOSAI