employees handling cash have 93-8 becy: bonded, (2) certain cash handling and recording duties wtre not separated, and (3) some receipts were not promptly deposited. Elk noted that recent remrts by !?L avid l-kadquarlers auditors disclosed several problems wi tin the procedures for accumwl ati ng and distributing costs bc-ixeen AEC and IX?>! pr-iva?x work. These probl eris reiatcd to both the accuracy of direct ciDst accumulation and the equity s-f distributing j !-Id?rcct costs o because o-f these fi:ndings the Ri a,uda’tors have inlens5fied ihefr au&it efforts with respect to the use permit activit-ies e Xe wish to thank you for the cooperation 0-f your staff during our audit. 1-f you have any questions wgardirq this review, please contact LAS, s‘i ncerely yours 3
Settlement of Accounts, Atomic Energy Commission, Richland Operations Office
Published by the Government Accountability Office on 1971-05-10.
Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report. (PDF)