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Les processus de gestion des risques durant la période d’octroi des subventions sont inefficaces et inopérants selon le BIG

2 Mar 2016
L’objectif d’achever le processus dans les trois mois est rarement atteint

Les processus de gestion des risques sont inefficaces et inopérants pour identifier les risques durant la période d’octroi des subventions. Il s’agit d’une faiblesse importante car cette période d’octroi vise justement à identifier et à prévenir les défis potentiels dans la mise en oeuvre afin que les maîtres d’oeuvre puissent immédiatement se mettre au travail une fois que les subventions sont signées.

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Risk management processes during grant-making are inefficient and ineffective: OIG

2 Mar 2016
Three-month target for completing grant-making often not met

Current risk management processes are inefficient and ineffective in supporting the identification of risks during grant-making. This is a critical weakness because grant-making aims to identify and pre-empt potential implementation challenges so that implementers “hit the ground running” once grants are signed.

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OIG identifies deficiencies in grant-making process

2 Mar 2016
Cumbersome processes, inadequate systems cited

While grant-making under the new funding model is better than it was under the rounds-based system, there are still many inefficiencies caused by cumbersome processes at the Secretariat level, duplicated documentation, and inadequate systems.

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L’audit du BIG sur la Tanzanie pointe du doigt des problèmes déjà identifiés 2009

12 Feb 2016

Dans un audit sur la manière dont les subventions sont gérées par le secteur public en Tanzanie, le Bureau de l’Inspecteur général fournit des conclusions très sévères. Le BIG affirme que la plupart des problèmes dévoilés dans cet audit avaient déjà été identifiés dans un audit précédent datant de 2009.

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OIG audit of public sector grants to Tanzania uncovers many of the same problems that were identified in a 2009 audit

11 Feb 2016

In an audit of how public sector grants to Tanzania have been managed, the Office of the Inspector General handed out poor grades across the board. The OIG also said that many of the problems it uncovered had already been identified in an earlier audit in 2009.

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Les enquêtes du BIG en 2015 montrent que les détournements de fonds surviennent surtout dans les achats, la construction et la formation

19 Nov 2015
Le BIG appelle à une approche plus systématique pour empêcher les mauvaises conduites

Selon le Bureau de l’Inspecteur général, la principale source de mauvaise conduite identifiée cette année dans ses enquêtes a concerné les activités relatives aux achats. « Des appels d’offre non compétitifs, des fausses factures et une collusion entre les fournisseurs et l’achat ou la direction financière ont fréquemment entraîné des fraudes », affirme le BIG dans son rapport semi-annuel pour le Conseil.

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OIG investigations in 2015 show that misuse of funds occurs most often in procurement, construction and training

18 Nov 2015
OIG calls for a more systematic approach to prevent misconduct

According to the Office of the Inspector General, the main source of misconduct identified this year through its investigations has been activities related to procurement. “Non-competitive tenders, fictitious invoicing and collusion between suppliers and procurement or finance managers have frequently led to fraud,” the OIG said.

This information was contained in the semi-annual progress report prepared by the OIG for the Board.

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New Board committee structure approved in principle

18 Nov 2015
Responsibility for oversight of internal audit, including the OIG, would shift to the new Audit and Finance Committee

Under changes approved in principle by the Board at its meeting on 16-17 November, the mandates of two of three standing committees of the Board will change effective after the first Board meeting in 2016. No changes to the size of the committees are envisioned.

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Global Fund may reduce funding to Nigeria because some recoverable amounts have not yet been repaid

1 Oct 2015
The 2014-2017 allocation may be cut by more than $5 million
CCM appeals to the government for assistance in repaying the amounts owing

The Global Fund may reduce funding for Nigeria’s HIV and TB grants by more than $5 million because it is having difficulty recovering outstanding amounts owing following an audit and an investigation conducted by the Office of the Inspector General in 2011.

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OIG audit in Guinea-Bissau questions whether PBF is possible where performance data are not reliable

14 Oct 2014
Investigations in Mali and Ghana uncover some misuse of grant funds

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) says that its recent audit of grants to Guinea-Bissau raises questions about the suitability of performance-based funding in countries where performance data are not reliable.

“The expectations for reporting, management and oversight placed on fragile states by the Global Fund have not been realistic,” the OIG said.

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