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Audit of the Information Systems General and Application Controls at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

Published by the Office of Personnel Management, Office of Inspector General on 2018-08-23.

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

 862)),&E OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
    OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL
             OFFICE OF AUDITS




 Final Audit Report
 Audit of the Information Systems General and
Application Controls at Blue Cross Blue Shield of
                 Massachusetts
           Report Number 1A-10-11-17-052
                   August 23, 2018
                EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
                       Audit of the Information Systems General and Application Controls at
                                      Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts 

Report No. 1A-10-11-17-052                                                                                 August 23, 2018



 Why Did We Conduct the Audit?           What Did We Find?

 Blue Cross Blue Shield of               Our audit of the IT security controls of BCBSMA determined that:
 Massachusetts (BCBSMA)
 contracts with the U.S. Office of       x    BCBSMA has established an adequate security management program.
 Personnel Management as part of
                                         x    BCBSMA has adequate physical access controls over its facilities and
 the Federal Employees Health
                                              data centers. However, logical access controls could be improved.
 Benefits Program (FEHBP).

 The objectives of this audit were to
 evaluate controls over the              x    BCBSMA could improve its network security posture by improving
 confidentiality, integrity, and                                        . Furthermore, BCBSMA does not have
 availability of FEHBP data                   controls to prevent
 processed and maintained in
 BCBSMA’s information technology
                                         x	   BCBSMA has not documented and approved a formal configuration
 (IT) environment.                            management policy. Also, BCBSMA has not documented security
                                              configuration standards for all of the operating platforms in its network
 What Did We Audit?                           environment. Furthermore,

 The scope of this audit centered on
 the information systems used by
                                         x

 BCBSMA to process and store data
 related to insurance claims for
 FEHBP members.
                                         x	   BCBSMA has documented contingency plans that are tested on a
                                              routine basis.

                                         x	   BCBSMA has implemented many controls over its claims adjudication
                                              process to ensure that FEHBP claims are processed accurately.




Michael R. Esser
Assistant Inspector General
for Audits
                                                     i
	
                 ABBREVIATIONS

BCBSA     Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
BCBSMA    Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
CFR       Code of Federal Regulations
FEHBP     Federal Employees Health Benefits Program
FEP       Federal Employee Program
FISCAM    Federal Information System Controls Audit Manual
GAO       U.S. Government Accountability Office
IT        Information Technology
LAN       Local Area Network
NIST SP   National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Special Publication
OIG       Office of the Inspector General
OMB       U.S. Office of Management and Budget
OPM       U.S. Office of Personnel Management




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                         TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                                                                            Page
	
       EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ........................................................................................ i 


       ABBREVIATIONS ..................................................................................................... ii
	

I.     BACKGROUND ..........................................................................................................1
	

II.    OBJECTIVES, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY ..................................................2
	

III.   AUDIT FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS.................................................5
	

       A. Security Management .............................................................................................5
	

       B. Access Controls .......................................................................................................5
	

       C. Network Security .....................................................................................................7
	

       D. Configuration Management .....................................................................................9
	

       E. Contingency Planning............................................................................................13
	

       F. Claims Adjudication ..............................................................................................13
	

       APPENDIX:		BCBSMA’s May 2, 2018, response to the draft audit report, issued
                  March 5, 2018.

       REPORT FRAUD, WASTE, AND MISMANAGEMENT
                             I. BACKGROUND

This final report details the findings, conclusions, and recommendations resulting from the audit
of general and application controls over the information systems responsible for processing
Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) data by Blue Cross Blue Shield of
Massachusetts (BCBSMA).

The audit was conducted pursuant to FEHBP contract CS 1039; 5 U.S.C. Chapter 89; and 5 Code
of Federal Regulations (CFR) Chapter 1, Part 890. The audit was performed by the U.S. Office
of Personnel Management’s (OPM) Office of the Inspector General (OIG), as established by the
Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended.

The FEHBP was established by the Federal Employees Health Benefits Act, enacted on
September 28, 1959. The FEHBP was created to provide health insurance benefits for Federal
employees, annuitants, and qualified dependents. The provisions of the Act are implemented by
OPM through regulations codified in Title 5, Chapter 1, Part 890 of the CFR. Health insurance
coverage is made available through contracts with various carriers that provide service benefits,
indemnity benefits, or comprehensive medical services.

This was our second audit of the information technology (IT) general and application controls at
BCBSMA. The previous audit resulted in Report No. 1A-10-11-08-001, dated May 28, 2008.
All findings from the previous audit have been closed.

All BCBSMA personnel that worked with the auditors were helpful and open to ideas and
suggestions. They viewed the audit as an opportunity to examine practices and to make changes
or improvements as necessary. Their positive attitude and helpfulness throughout the audit was
greatly appreciated.




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II. OBJECTIVES, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY

 OBJECTIVES

 The objectives of this audit were to evaluate controls over the confidentiality, integrity, and
 availability of FEHBP data processed and maintained in BCBSMA’s IT environments. We
 accomplished these objectives by reviewing the following areas:

 x   Security management;

 x   Access controls;

 x   Network Security;

 x   Configuration management;

 x   Contingency planning; and

 x   Application controls specific to BCBSMA’s claims processing system.

 SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY

 This performance audit was conducted in accordance with generally accepted government
 auditing standards issued by the Comptroller General of the United States. Accordingly, we
 obtained an understanding of BCBSMA’s internal controls through interviews and observations,
 as well as inspection of various documents, including information technology and other related
 organizational policies and procedures. This understanding of BCBSMA’s internal controls was
 used in planning the audit by determining the extent of compliance testing and other auditing
 procedures necessary to verify that the internal controls were properly designed, placed in
 operation, and effective.

 The scope of this audit centered on the information systems used by BCBSMA to process
 medical insurance claims and/or store the data of FEHBP members. The business processes
 reviewed are primarily located in Boston, Massachusetts.

 The onsite portion of this audit was performed in October and November of 2017. We
 completed additional audit work before and after the on-site visits at our office in Washington,
 D.C. The findings, recommendations, and conclusions outlined in this report are based on the


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status of information system general and application controls in place at BCBSMA as of
November 2017.

In conducting our audit, we relied to varying degrees on computer-generated data provided by
BCBSMA. Due to time constraints, we did not verify the reliability of the data used to complete
some of our audit steps, but we determined that it was adequate to achieve our audit objectives.
However, when our objective was to assess computer-generated data, we completed audit steps
necessary to obtain evidence that the data was valid and reliable.

In conducting this review we:

x	 Gathered documentation and conducted interviews;

x	 Reviewed BCBSMA’s business structure and environment;

x	 Performed a risk assessment of BCBSMA’s information systems environment and
   applications, and prepared an audit program based on the assessment and the U.S.
   Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) Federal Information System Controls Audit
   Manual (FISCAM); and

x	 Conducted various compliance tests to determine the extent to which established controls and
   procedures are functioning as intended. As appropriate, we used judgmental sampling in
   completing our compliance testing.

Various laws, regulations, and industry standards were used as a guide to evaluating BCBSMA’s
control structure. These criteria include, but are not limited to, the following publications:

x	 Title 48 of the Code of Federal Regulations;

x	 U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-130;

x	 OMB Memorandum 07-16, Safeguarding Against and Responding to the Breach of
   Personally Identifiable Information;

x	 COBIT 5: A Business Framework for the Governance and Management of Enterprise IT;

x	 GAO’s FISCAM;


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x   National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Special Publication (NIST SP) 800-12,
    Revision 1, An Introduction to Computer Security;

x   NIST SP 800-30, Revision 1, Guide for Conducting Risk Assessments;

x   NIST SP 800-34, Revision 1, Contingency Planning Guide for Federal Information Systems;

x   NIST SP 800-41, Revision 1, Guidelines on Firewalls and Firewall Policy;

x   NIST SP 800-53, Revision 4, Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems
    and Organizations; and

x   NIST SP 800-61, Revision 2, Computer Security Incident Handling Guide.

COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS AND REGULATIONS

In conducting the audit, we performed tests to determine whether BCBSMA’s practices were
consistent with applicable standards. While generally compliant with respect to the items tested,
BCBSMA was not in complete compliance with all standards, as described in section III of this
report.




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III. AUDIT FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

A. SECURITY MANAGEMENT

  The security management component of this audit involved an
  examination of the policies and procedures that are the foundation of    BCBSMA maintains
  BCBSMA’s overall IT security program. We evaluated BCBSMA’s              a series of thorough
  ability to develop security policies, manage risk, assign security-      IT security policies
  related responsibility, and monitor the effectiveness of various         and procedures.
  system-related controls.

  BCBSMA has implemented a series of formal policies and procedures that govern its security
  management program. BCBSMA has developed an adequate risk management methodology
  and creates remediation plans to address weaknesses identified in risk assessments. BCBSMA
  also has implemented human resources policies and procedures related to hiring, training,
  transferring, and terminating employees.

  Nothing came to our attention to indicate that BCBSMA does not have an adequate security
  management program.

B. ACCESS CONTROLS

  Access controls are the policies, procedures, and techniques used to prevent or detect
  unauthorized physical or logical access to sensitive resources.
	

  We examined the physical access controls at BCBSMA’s facilities and datacenters. We also
  examined the logical access controls protecting sensitive data in BCBSMA’s network
  environment and applications.

  The access controls observed during this audit include, but were not limited to:

  x   Procedures for appropriately granting and removing physical access to facilities and
      datacenters; and

  x   Procedures for appropriately granting and adjusting logical access to applications and
      software resources.


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The following section documents an opportunity for improvement related to BCBSMA’s logical
access controls.

1)




                               However, BCBSMA has not completed a review of all
                                                The organization has informed us that a
     project has been initiated to review                                               .

     NIST SP 800-53, Revision 4, states that organizations should
                                                                                          Failure
     to                                  increases the attack surface of information systems.

     Recommendation 1

     We recommend that BCBSMA complete its review of                 . Furthermore, we
     recommend that BCBSMA implement an auditing process to ensure that
                                        .

     BCBSMA Response:

     “BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation.




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       OIG Comment:

       As a part of the audit resolution process, we recommend that BCBSMA provide OPM’s
       Healthcare and Insurance Office, Audit Resolution Group with evidence when it has fully
       implemented this recommendation. This statement applies to subsequent recommendations
       in this audit report that BCBSMA agrees to implement.

C. NETWORK SECURITY

  Network security includes the policies and controls used to prevent or monitor unauthorized
  access, misuse, modification, or denial of a computer network and network-accessible resources.
  We evaluated BCBSMA’s controls related to network design, data protection, and systems
  monitoring. We also reviewed the results of several automated vulnerability scans performed
  during this audit.

  We observed the following controls in place:

  x    Preventive controls at the network perimeter;

  x    Security event monitoring throughout the network; and

  x    A documented incident response program.

  The following sections document several opportunities for improvement related to BCBSMA’s
  network security controls.

  1)




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              BCBSMA has identified this weakness and has a project in place to remediate the
   issue.
	

   NIST SP 800-41, Revision 1, advises that,




   Failure to                                           increases the risk that a system could
   be compromised and allow access to sensitive servers and data.

   Recommendation 2

   We recommend that BCBSMA implement security controls




   BCBSMA Response:

   “BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation. BCBSMA has selected a
             solution to enhance our technical capabilities. A
                                                       . BCBSMA’s
                       will be updated annually to reflect our current
             controls.




2) Network Access Control

   BCBSMA does not have controls implemented to
                                    This issue is compounded by
                                                           . However, we were told that
   BCBSMA has a project in place to install technical tools to address this issue.

   NIST SP 800-53, Revision 4, states that




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     Recommendation 3

     We recommend that BCBSMA implement


     BCBSMA Response:

     “BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation. BCBSMA has selected a
                solution to enhance our technical capabilities.
                                                                                 BCBSMA’s
                               will be updated annually to reflect our current




D. CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT

 Configuration management involves the policies and procedures
                                                                    BCBSMA does not have
 used to ensure that systems are configured according to a
                                                                    documented security
 consistent and approved risk-based standard. We evaluated
                                                                    configuration standards
 BCBSMA’s management of the configuration of its servers and
                                                                    for all operating
 databases. Our review found the following controls in place:
                                                                    platforms in use.

 x   System configuration changes are documented;

 x   A formal change approval process; and

 x   An adequate patch management process.

 The sections below document areas for improvement related to BCBSMA’s configuration
 management controls.

 1) Configuration Management Policy

     BCBSMA’s vulnerability management policy provides high-level guidance related to the
     secure configuration of systems and applications. However, this policy does not detail many
     of the elements found in a configuration management policy as described by NIST SP 800-
     53, Revision 4.
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   NIST SP 800-53, Revision 4, states that an organization should develop a configuration
   management policy that addresses purpose, scope, roles, responsibilities, management
   commitment, coordination among organizational entities, and compliance, as well as
   procedures to facilitate the implementation of the configuration management policy and
   associated configuration management controls.

   Failure to establish an approved configuration management policy increases the risk that
   systems in the network environment may not be configured in a secure manner.

   Recommendation 4

   We recommend that BCBSMA document and approve a formal configuration management
   policy that contains the elements recommended by NIST SP 800-53, Revision 4.

   BCBSMA Response:

   “BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation. BCBSMA will update its information
   security policies and related procedures to clarify Configuration Management-related
   requirements and procedures in accordance with NIST SP 800-53, Revision 4 by June 30,
   2018. The updates will reflect key elements included in the NIST guidance for
   Configuration Management.”

2) Security Configuration Standards

   BCBSMA configures its servers using a standard image for each operating system. The
   images are developed internally and maintained by BCBSMA personnel. However,
   BCBSMA has not established security configuration standards for its systems. Security
   configuration standards are formally approved documents that detail an organization’s
   approved security settings for each operating system it uses.

   NIST SP 800-53, Revision 4, states that an organization should establish and document
   “configuration settings for information technology products employed within the information
   system . . . that reflect the most restrictive mode consistent with operational
   requirements . . . .”

   In addition, NIST SP 800-53, Revision 4, also states that an organization must develop,
   document, and maintain a current baseline configuration of the information system.



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   Failure to establish approved security configuration standards increases the risk that systems
   may not be configured in a secure manner.

   Recommendation 5

   We recommend that BCBSMA document approved security configuration standards for all
   operating system platforms and databases deployed in its technical environment.

   BCBSMA Response: 


   “BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation. The security configuration standards have 

   been created.


3) Security Configuration Auditing

   BCBSMA performs                 audits on its server configurations using an automated tool.
   However, as noted above, BCBSMA has not documented approved security configuration
   standards for all operating platforms and databases deployed in its technical environment.
   Without approved security configuration standards, BCBSMA cannot effectively audit its
   system’s security settings (i.e., there are no approved settings to which to compare the actual
   settings).

   NIST SP 800-53, Revision 4, states that an organization must monitor and control changes to
   the configuration settings in accordance with organizational policies and procedures.

   FISCAM requires current configuration information to be routinely monitored for accuracy.
   Monitoring should address the baseline and operational configuration of the hardware,
   software, and firmware that comprise the information system. Failure to perform
   configuration compliance auditing using approved security configuration standards increases
   the risk that servers are not configured appropriately, and leaving this undetected can create a
   potential gateway for unauthorized access or malicious activity.

   Recommendation 6

   We recommend that BCBSMA improve its configuration auditing process to routinely audit
   server configuration settings against an approved configuration standard. Note – this
   recommendation cannot be implemented until the controls from Recommendation 6 are in
   place.
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   BCBSMA Response:

   “BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation. The security configuration standards have
   been created.




4) System Lifecycle Management




   Recommendation 7




   BCBSMA Response:

   “BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation.




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E. CONTINGENCY PLANNING 


  Contingency planning includes the policies and procedures that
  ensure adequate availability of information systems, data, and        BCBSMA has adequate
  business processes. We reviewed the following elements of             controls related to
  BCBSMA’s contingency planning program to determine whether            contingency planning.
  controls are in place to prevent or minimize interruptions to
  business operations when disruptive events occur:

  x   Disaster recovery plan (e.g., recovery of hardware and software infrastructure);

  x   Business continuity plan (e.g., people and business processes);

  x   Contingency plan tests; and

  x   Emergency response procedures.

  We determined that the contingency planning documentation contained the critical elements
  suggested by NIST SP 800-34, Revision 1, “Contingency Planning Guide for Federal
  Information Systems.” BCBSMA has identified and prioritized the systems and resources that
  are critical to business operations, and has developed detailed procedures to recover those
  systems and resources.

  Nothing came to our attention to indicate that BCBSMA has not implemented adequate controls
  related to contingency planning.

F. CLAIMS ADJUDICATION

  The following sections detail our review of the applications and business processes supporting
  BCBSMA’s claims adjudication process. BCBSMA prices and adjudicates claims using a
  vendor-managed claims processing application and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association’s
  (BCBSA) nationwide Federal Employee Program (FEP) Direct system. We reviewed the

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following processes related to claims adjudication: application configuration management,
claims processing, and provider debarment.

1) Application Configuration Management

   We evaluated the policies and procedures governing application development and change
   control over BCBSMA’s claims processing systems.

   BCBSMA has implemented policies and procedures related to application configuration
   management, and has also adopted a system development life cycle methodology that IT
   personnel follow during routine software modifications. We observed the following controls
   related to testing and approval of software modifications:

   x	 Policies and procedures that allow modifications to be tracked throughout the change
      process;

   x	 Unit, integration, and user acceptance testing are conducted in accordance with industry
      standards; and

   x	 A group independent from the software developers moves code between development
      and production environments to ensure separation of duties.

   Nothing came to our attention to indicate that BCBSMA has not implemented adequate
   controls related to the application configuration management process.

2) Claims Processing System

   We evaluated the business process controls associated with BCBSMA’s claims processing
   system that ensure the completeness, accuracy, and confidentiality of transactions and data.

   We determined that BCBSMA has implemented policies and procedures to help ensure that:

   x   Claims are properly input and tracked to ensure timely processing;

   x   Claims are monitored as they are processed through the system with real time tracking of
       the system’s performance; and

   x   Claims scheduled for payment are actually paid.


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  Nothing came to our attention to indicate that BCBSMA has not implemented adequate
  controls over its claims processing systems.

3) Debarment

  BCBSMA has documented procedures for updating its claims system with debarred provider
  information. BCBSMA’s FEP Compliance & Audits department is notified by BCBSA that
  an update to the OPM OIG debarment list is available to download. BCBSMA personnel
  review the list to determine if any debarred providers have active contracts with BCBSMA.
  If an active provider is determined to be debarred, the provider is flagged in FEP Direct,
  which will cause any incoming claims to defer for further review. BCBSMA adheres to the
  OPM OIG debarment guidelines to include initial member notification, a 15-day grace
  period, and then denial of subsequent claims.

  Nothing came to our attention to indicate that BCBSMA has not implemented adequate
  controls over the debarment process.




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                                 APPENDIX
May 2, 2018


                     , Auditor-in-Charge
Claims & IT Audits Group,
U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
1900 E Street, Room 6400
Washington, D.C. 20415-1100 	                                Federal Employee Program
                                                             1310 G Street, N.
                                                             Washington, D.C. 20005
                                                             202.942.1000
                                                             Fax 202.942.1125




Reference:		 OPM DRAFT IT AUDIT REPORT
             Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBSMA)
             Audit Report Number 1A-10-11-17-052
             (Dated March 5, 2018)

The following represents the Plan’s response as it relates to the recommendations
included in the draft report.

A. SECURITY MANAGEMENT

     No recommendation noted.

B. ACCESS CONTROLS

1.

     Recommendation 1

     We recommend that BCBSMA complete its review of                . Furthermore,
     we recommend that BCBSMA implement an auditing process to ensure that


     Plan Response

     BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation.




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C. NETWORK SECURITY

1.

     Recommendation 2

     We recommend that BCBSMA implement security controls



     Plan Response

     BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation. BCBSMA has selected a
                solution to enhance our technical capabilities.
                                                                BCBSMA’s
                           will be updated annually to reflect our current
                controls.




2. Network Access Control

     Recommendation 3

     We recommend that BCBSMA implement

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   Plan Response

   BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation. BCBSMA has selected a 

                       solution to enhance our technical capabilities. 


          BCBSMA’s                              will be updated annually to reflect our
   current




D. CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT

1. Configuration Management Policy

   Recommendation 4

   We recommend that BCBSMA document and approve a formal configuration
   management policy that contains the elements recommended by NIST SP 800-53,
   Revision 4.

   Plan Response

   BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation. BCBSMA will update its information
   security policies and related procedures to clarify Configuration Management-related
   requirements and procedures in accordance with NIST SP 800-53, Revision 4 by
   June 30, 2018. The updates will reflect key elements included in the NIST guidance
   for Configuration Management.

2. Security Configuration Standards

   Recommendation 5

   We recommend that BCBSMA document approved security configuration standards
   for all operating system platforms and databases deployed in its technical
   environment.

   Plan Response

   BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation. The security configuration standards
   have been created.



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3. Security Configuration Auditing

   Recommendation 6

   We recommend that BCBSMA improve its configuration auditing process to routinely
   audit server configuration settings against an approved configuration standard. Note
   – this recommendation cannot be implemented until the controls from
	
   Recommendation 6 are in place.
	

   Plan Response

   BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation. The security configuration standards
   have been created.




4. System Lifecycle Management

   Recommendation 7




   Plan Response

   BCBSMA agrees with this recommendation.




E. CONTINGENCY PLANNING

   No recommendations noted.


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F. Claims Adjudication

   No recommendation noted.

We appreciate the opportunity to provide our response to each of the recommendations
in this report and request that our comments be included in their entirety and are made
a part of the Final Audit Report. If you have any questions, please contact me at
                or           at              .

Sincerely,



Managing Director, FEP Program Assurance

cc:                                    OPM
                                    EP




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