Financial Statements of Federal Prison Industries, Inc., Federal Reformatory, El Reno, Oklahoma

Published by the Government Accountability Office on 1971-09-30.

Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report. (PDF)

                                      REGIONAL          OFFICE
                               ROOM   l&IO   FEDERAL   OFFICE    BUILDING
                                         911 WALNUT     STREET

                               KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI                 64106    *

                                                                                      September 30, 1971

 Mr. P. W. Churn, Jr.
 Superintendent of Industries
 Federal Prison Industries,   Inc.
 El Reno, Oklahoma 73036
 Dear Mr. Churn:
       We have completed an examination of the financial statements of the
 Federal Prison Industries,  Inc. @PI), El Reno, Oklahoma, for fiscal year
 1971. The examination was made pursus@ to the Government Corporation
 Control Act (31 U.S.C. 841).
        Our review, which was completed in September 1971; was made in
 accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and included such
 tests of accounting records and financial   transactions as we considered
 necessary in view of the nature and volume of transactions   and the
 effectiveness    of internal controls.
        The transaction's   and internal           controls       reviewed by us were generally
      We wish to acknowledge the cooperation                      and courtesies         extended
 to our representatives  during the review.
        Copies of this letter are being sent to the Commissioner of Indus-
  truest Federal Prison Indu&ries,    Inc.; the Assistant Attorney General
4 for Adzinistration,  Department of Justice; and the Warden, Federal
  Reformatory, J?l Reno, Oklahoma.
                                                                       Sincerely      yours,

                                                                      K. L. Weary
                                                                      Regional Manager

                             50TH ANNIVERSARY                    1921-1971