ALLAS, -ikXAS Hr. James L. Davis State Director, Selective Service sys tern Mississippi State Headquarters 4785 Interstate 55 Earth Jackson, Mississippi 39206 Dear Mr. Davis: We have completed our review for the settlement of the acc2ouiits of the certifying officers of the Selective Servi-ce System, Missis- sippi State Headquarters, for fiscal years I.969 and 1970, and the eight month period ended February 28, 1971. The review was made pursuant to the Budget and Accounting Act, 1921 (31 U.S,C. 53) and the Accounting and Auditing Act of 1950 (3L U.S.C. 67) a Our review was directed primarily toward the evaluation of administrative procedures and controls over the disbursement of funds) including payrolls p as they relate to the responsibilities of the certifying officers, and included such tests of financial transactions as we considered appropriate. As part of the review, we considered the results of the last audit (completed March 1969) performed by the Field Auditor of the Selective Service System, National Headquarters. We did not examine program-type activities. We found that the procedures and controls over disbursements were generally satisfactory, Tn accordance with the General. Accounting Office Policy and Procedures Manual. for Guidance of Federal Agencies (8 GAO 3)) tF.e records of financial transactions through February 28, 1971, may be transmitted to the Federal Records Center for storage pursualit to your agency”s records management program. Copies of this Ycport are being sent to the Director, and the Chief, Fiscal anJ ProcuTement Division, of the Selective Service System. m ‘t ‘, ,,::, ‘, ,,(, ,: ,, ,‘,, ,, ,/ *2-
Accounts of Certifying Officers, Mississippi State Headquarters of Selective Service System
Published by the Government Accountability Office on 1971-05-05.
Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report. (PDF)