UMJTED STATES GENERAL ACCOUNTJNG OFFICE WASHINGTON REGIONAL OFFICE FlFrH FLOOR 809 WEST BROAD STREET Dear Mr. Galuardi: We have made an audit of the payroll and leave records of selected employees of the Central Office and Region 3, General Services Administra- tion, Washington, D.C., through January 10, 1970. Our audit, which was made usfng statistical sampling techniques, included an examination and verification of payroll, leave , and personnel matters for selected pay periods, a limited ount of additional testing for specific types of transactions, and an evaluation of payroll and leave procedures, cantrole, and administration. We found that the administration of payroll, leave, and related functions was satisfactorily performed. Certain minor deficiencies which we noted during our review were discussed with members of your staff who informed us that corrective action has been taken or is planned. The records of payroll and leave through January 10, 1970, may be transmitted to the Federal Records Center for storage in accordance with your approved records retention and disposal program. We wish to acknowledge the courtesies and cooperation extended ta our representatives during the review. A copy of this report is being sent to the Administrator of General Servkes. Sincerely yours, D. L. Scantlebury Regional Manager Hr. John F. Galuardi Regional Adrmfnistrator, Region 3 General Services Administration washington, D.C. 20407 50TH ANNIVERSARY 1921- 1971
Audit of Payroll and Leave, Central Office and Region 3, GSA
Published by the Government Accountability Office on 1971-06-07.
Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report. (PDF)