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Audit of the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area for the 2013 through 2015 Campaign Periods

Published by the Office of Personnel Management, Office of Inspector General on 2017-01-24.

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 U.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
    OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL
             OFFICE OF AUDITS




                         Audit of the Combined Federal Campaign
                           of the National Capital Area for the
                          2013 through 2015 Campaign Periods

                                   Report Number 3A-CF-00-16-036
                                           January 24, 2017



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              EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
           Audit of the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area for the
                              2013 through 2015 Campaign Periods
Report No. 3A-CF-00-16-036                                                                                                                    January 24, 2017


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

The objective of our limited scope audit                       Our limited scope audit identified two areas of non-compliance
was to determine if the Principal                              with the Federal regulations governing Combined Federal
Combined Fund Organization (PCFO)                              Campaign operations:
complied with Title 5, Code of Federal
Regulations, Part 950 (the Federal                              1.	 The PCFO applied $155,036 in campaign receipts to the

regulations governing Combined Federal                              wrong campaign period.

Campaign operations), in regards to
campaign receipts, disbursements and                            2.	 The PCFO failed to reissue $15,230 in campaign

expenses.                                                           distributions that were either returned or uncashed.


What Did We Audit?

The Office of the Inspector General has
completed a limited scope audit of the
Combined Federal Campaign of the
National Capital Area (CFCNCA) for the
2013 through 2015 campaign periods.
During this time, EarthShare served as
the PCFO for the CFCNCA. Our limited
scope audit included reviews of the
PCFO’s tracking of campaign receipts,
disbursements to charities, and expenses.
Our audit was conducted from May 9
through 13, 2016, at the PCFO’s office
located in Bethesda, Maryland.
Additional audit work was completed at
our Washington, D.C. and Cranberry
Township, Pennsylvania offices.




 _______________________
 Michael R. Esser
 Assistant Inspector General
 for Audits
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                                            ABBREVIATIONS

   5 CFR 950                            Title 5, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 950
   CFC                                  Combined Federal Campaign
   CFCNCA                               Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area
   CP                                   Campaign Period
   LFCC                                 Local Federal Coordinating Committee
   OCFC                                 Office of the Combined Federal Campaign
   OIG                                  Office of the Inspector General
   OPM                                  U.S. Office of Personnel Management
   PCFO                                 Principal Combined Fund Organization




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IV. MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS REPORT
          TABLE OF CONTENTS

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

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


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


     II.         OBJECTIVES, SCOPE, AND METHODOLOGY ..................................................3

     III.        AUDIT FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS.................................................6

                 A. CAMPAIGN EXPENSE REVIEW .........................................................................6

                 B. RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS REVIEW ...................................................6
                    1. Campaign Receipts Applied to the Wrong Campaign Period ...........................6
                    2. Unclaimed Campaign Distributions Were Not Reissued...................................7


                 APPENDIX (LFCC’s response to the Draft Report, dated October 20, 2016)

                 REPORT FRAUD, WASTE, AND MISMANAGEMENT




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IV. MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS
            I. BACKGROUND
                       TO THIS REPORT
This report details the results of our limited scope audit of the Combined Federal Campaign of
the National Capital Area (CFCNCA) for campaign periods (CP) 2013 through 2015. The audit
was performed by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) Office of the Inspector
General (OIG), as authorized by the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended.

The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the world’s largest and most successful annual
workplace charity campaign. In 2015, it consisted of 137 separate local campaign organizations
located throughout the United States, including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, as well as
overseas locations. OPM’s Office of the Combined Federal Campaign (OCFC) has the
responsibility for management of the CFC. This responsibility includes publishing regulations,
memoranda, and other forms of guidance to Federal offices and private organizations to ensure
that all campaign objectives are achieved.

Each CFC is conducted by a Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) and administered
by a Principle Combined Fund Organization (PCFO). The LFCC is responsible for organizing
the local CFC; determining the eligibility of local voluntary organizations; selecting and
supervising the activities of the PCFO; encouraging Federal agencies to appoint Loaned
Executives, Federal employees who are temporarily assigned to work directly on the CFC, to
assist in the campaign; ensuring that employees are not coerced to participate in the campaign;
and acting upon any problems relating to noncompliance with the policies and procedures of the
CFC.

The primary goal of the PCFO is to administer an effective and efficient campaign in a fair and
impartial manner aimed at collecting the greatest amount of charitable contributions possible.
Some of its responsibilities include:

     	 Training Loaned Executives, coordinators, employee keyworkers and volunteers;

     	 Maintaining a detailed schedule of its actual CFC administrative expenses;

     	 Preparing pledge forms and charity lists;

     	 Distributing campaign receipts;

     	 Submitting to an audit of its CFC operations by an Independent Public Accountant in
        accordance with generally accepted auditing standards;



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    	 Cooperating fully with the OIG audit staff during audits and evaluations;

    	 Responding in a timely and appropriate manner to all inquiries from participating
       organizations, the LFCC, and the Director of OPM;

    	 Consulting with federated groups on the operation of the local campaign; and

    	 Establishing and maintaining a system of internal controls.

Executive Orders No. 12353 and No. 12404 established a system for administering an annual
charitable solicitation drive among Federal civilian and military employees. Title 5, Code of
Federal Regulations, Part 950 (5 CFR 950), the regulations governing CFC operations, sets forth
ground rules under which charitable organizations receive Federal employee donations.
Compliance with these regulations is the responsibility of the PCFO and the LFCC.

This report represents the first audit of EarthShare as the PCFO of the CFCNCA.

The initial results of our audit were discussed with the PCFO and LFCC during our exit
conference on June 21, 2016. A draft report was provided to both the PCFO and the LFCC for
review and comment on September 22, 2016. Their response to the draft report was considered
in preparation of this final report and is included as an Appendix.




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IV. OBJECTIVES,
II.  MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS
                SCOPE, ANDTO THIS REPORT
                          METHODOLOGY
 OBJECTIVES

 The purpose of our limited scope audit was to determine if the PCFO complied with 5 CFR 950,
 in regards to campaign receipts, disbursements and expenses.

 Specifically, our audit objectives included the following:

     Campaign Expense Review

     	 To determine if any expenses charged to the CFCNCA were unrelated to CFC operations,
        for CPs 2013, 2014, and 2015 to date; and

     	 To determine whether total actual expenses exceeded total budgeted expenses by more
        than 10 percent, for CPs 2013 and 2014.

     Receipts and Disbursements Review

     	 To determine if the PCFO’s total campaign expense reimbursement reconciles to the
        actual expense amount reported in the general ledger, for CPs 2013, 2014, and 2015 (to
        date);

     	 To determine if the LFCC authorized and approved the expense reimbursement to the
        PCFO of only those campaign expenses that were legitimate CFC operating costs that
        were adequately documented, for CPs 2013, 2014 and 2015 (to date);

     	 To reconcile actual campaign receipts to those reported by the PCFO and to determine if
        all funds were properly recorded and disbursed, for CPs 2013, 2014 and 2015 (to date);
        and

     	 To reconcile the disbursement amount reported by the PCFO to supporting
        documentation, for CPs 2013, 2014 and 2015 (to date).

 SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY

 We conducted this performance audit in accordance with generally accepted government
 auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain


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sufficient and appropriate evidence to provide a reasonable basis for our findings and
conclusions based on the audit objectives. We believe that the evidence obtained provides a
reasonable basis for our findings and conclusions based on the audit objectives.

The audit covered the 2013 through 2015 CPs (to date) during which EarthShare, located in
Bethesda, Maryland, served as the PCFO. The audit fieldwork was conducted at the PCFO’s
office from May 9 through 13, 2016. Additional audit work was completed at our Washington,
D.C. and Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania offices.

The CFCNCA received campaign pledges, collected campaign receipts, and incurred campaign
administrative expenses for the 2013 through 2015 campaigns, as shown below.

                      Campaign                                                                        Administrative
                                               Total Pledges               Total Receipts
                       Period                                                                           Expenses
                          2013                   $51,221,620                 $48,910,336                 $3,895,550
                          2014                   $49,162,422                 $42,906,372                 $3,666,926
                          2015                   $46,638,466                 In Progress1                In Progress1

In conducting the audit, we relied to varying degrees on computer-generated data. Our review of
campaign expenses with supporting data, and the distributions of campaign contributions with
related bank statements, verified that the computer-generated data used in conducting the audit
was reliable. Nothing came to our attention during our review of the data to cause us to doubt its
reliability.

We considered the campaign’s internal control structure in planning the audit procedures. We
gained an understanding of the management procedures and controls to the extent necessary to
achieve our audit objectives. We relied primarily on substantive testing rather than tests of
internal controls. The audit included tests of accounting records and such other auditing
procedures as we considered necessary to determine compliance with 5 CFR 950 and CFC
Memoranda issued by the OCFC.

To determine whether the PCFO complied with the Federal regulations governing CFC
operations, we performed the following audit steps for CPs 2013, 2014 and 2015 (through
April 1, 2016):




1
 Total receipts and administrative expenses were not known at the time of our report because the 2015 CP will not
be closed until after issuance of our report (March 31, 2017).

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    Campaign Expense Review

    	 We reviewed all campaign expense line items to determine if any expenses charged to the
       CFCNCA were unrelated to CFC operations.

    	 We compared the PCFO’s actual expenses to the approved budgets to determine if the
       actual expenses exceeded the budget by more than 10 percent, for CPs 2013 and 2014.

    Receipts and Disbursements Review

    	 We compared the total of expense reimbursements made to the PCFO to the total of
       reimbursable expenses reported in the general ledger, to determine if campaign
       reimbursements exceeded actual reimbursable expenses.

    	 We reviewed the LFCC meeting minutes to determine if the LFCC authorized and
       approved the reimbursement to the PCFO of only those campaign expenses that were
       legitimate CFC operating costs that were adequately documented.

    	 We traced all receipts, bank fees and disbursements from the bank statements to the totals
       reported by the PCFO to determine if all CFC funds were properly recorded and
       distributed.

    	 We reconciled the disbursement amounts reported by the PCFO to various supporting
       documentation to determine if all disbursements were properly recorded.




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III. AUDIT FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

A. CAMPAIGN EXPENSE REVIEW

  The results of our review determined that the campaign expenses charged by the PCFO, were in
  accordance with the Federal regulations.

B. RECEIPTS and DISBURSEMENTS REVIEW

  1. Campaign Receipts Applied to the Wrong Campaign Period                                                                           $155,036

       The PCFO incorrectly applied 2014 CP receipts, totaling $155,036, to the 2013 CP.

    $155,036 in                    5 CFR 950.105(d)(8) states that the PCFO’s “financial records and bank
 campaign receipts                 accounts must be kept in accordance with generally accepted accounting
 were misapplied to                principles.”
     the wrong 

    campaign.                      Additionally, 5 CFR 950.901(i)(2) states that “The PCFO is responsible
                                   for the accuracy of disbursements it transmits to recipients.”

       Finally, CFC Memorandum 2006-5 requires PCFOs to track CFC receipts by payroll office
       to ensure that receipts are credited to the appropriate campaign.

       To determine if the PCFO applied the CFC receipts to the proper CP, we reviewed all CFC
       banking transactions from the September 2013 through April 2016 bank statements and
       identified the CP that each transaction should be applied to. We then reconciled these
       transactions back to the PCFO’s record of campaign receipts and disbursements to identify
       any transactions that were applied incorrectly.

       Our review identified CFC receipts, totaling $155,036, that were incorrectly applied to the
       2013 CP. These amounts were incorrectly deposited electronically into the 2013 CP bank
       account (the PCFO maintained separate bank accounts for each CP). However, these receipts
       were related to the 2014 CP and were not identified and transferred by the PCFO to the
       correct bank account. These receipts currently remain in the PCFO’s bank account related to
       the 2013 CP and should be disbursed to charities participating in the 2014 campaign.

       Discussions with the PCFO determined that due to its inexperience in administering the CFC
       (the 2013 CP was its first year as the PCFO) and oversight limitations (due to limited


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    staffing) it was unable to adequately review the campaign receipts to ensure that funds were
    applied to the correct campaign.

    As a result of not properly tracking CFC receipts, the PCFO failed to disburse $155,036 to
    charities of the 2014 CFC.

    Recommendation 1

    We recommend the OCFO and the LFCC instruct the PCFO to disburse $155,036 to the
    charities of the 2014 CFC.

    LFCC Response:

    The LFCC agrees with the recommendation and confirms that the PCFO transferred
    $155,036 from the 2013 campaign account to the 2014 campaign account on
    August 11, 2016 for disbursement to eligible charities.

    OIG Comments:

    The OIG confirmed the transfer of $155,036 from the 2013 campaign account to the 2014
    campaign account. The PCFO will still need to provide supporting documentation of its final
    disbursements for the 2014 Campaign to the OCFC.

2. Unclaimed Campaign Distributions Were Not Reissued                                                                                $15,230

    The PCFO failed to reissue $15,230 in 2013 campaign distributions that were either returned
    or uncashed.
  The PCFO did
   not properly                  5 CFR 950.105(d)(8) states “All financial records and bank accounts must
 follow uncashed                 be kept in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.”
      check 

   procedures.                   Additionally, 5 CFR 950.901(i)(2) states “The PCFO is responsible for the
                                 accuracy of disbursements it transmits to recipients.”

    Finally, CFC Memorandum 2006-5 instructs PCFOs to have policies and procedures for
    checks that have gone uncashed for over six months, to include three documented follow-up
    attempts.

    To determine if the PCFO properly disbursed all campaign receipts, we reviewed all CFC
    banking transactions from the September 2013 through April 2016 bank statements and

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    identified the CP that each transaction should be applied to. We then compared those
    transactions to the PCFO’s reported disbursements to determine any variances. During this
    step, we identified $15,230 in 2013 CP disbursements that were either returned or uncashed.

    Specifically we found:

          	 $13,006 related to a May 2015 check that remains uncashed and not reissued; and

          	 $2,224 in electronic campaign disbursements that were returned by the bank and
             never reissued.

    Discussion with the PCFO determined the disbursements were not reissued due to oversights
    on the part of its finance staff.

    As a result of returned and uncashed campaign disbursements not being reissued, charities
    did not receive $15,230 in CFC receipts from the 2013 campaign.

    Recommendation 2

    We recommend the OCFO and the LFCC instruct the PCFO to reissue $15,230 in 2013
    campaign distributions that were either returned or uncashed.

    LFCC Response:

    The LFCC agrees with our recommendation. The LFCC stated that the PCFO had
    reissued the outstanding check and it has since been cashed. All electronic disbursement
    returns have been resolved.

    OIG Comments:

    The OIG has confirmed that the reissued check has cleared. However, we did not receive
    supporting banking documentation to show that the reissued electronic disbursements were
    made and had cleared the bank. The PCFO will need to provide that support to the OCFC to
    confirm that all of the electronic disbursement returns were indeed resolved.




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                                                       APPENDIX

                                                           October 20, 2016


Group Chief, Special Audits Group
Office of the Inspector General
U.S. Office of Personnel Management
Washington, DC 20415

Re:        Management Response to Draft Report 3A-CF-00-16-036, “Limited Scope Audit of the
           2013 through 2015 National Capital Area Combined Federal Campaigns”

Dear                :

Thank you for the opportunity to review and comment on this draft report. The Local Federal
Coordinating Committee (LFCC) appreciates the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) work in planning and conducting its audit and issuing this
report.

The LFCC and the Principal Combined Fund Organization (PCFO) for the 2013 through 2015
National Capital Area Combined Federal Campaigns (CFC) campaigns are pleased to note the
OIG’s overall positive conclusion that the expenses, receipts, and disbursements for these
campaigns complied with Federal regulations, except for two very minor instances which have
already been corrected. The LFCC and PCFO take seriously the CFC mission to promote and
support philanthropy through a program that is employee focused, cost-efficient, and effective in
providing federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all. Both the
LFCC and PCFO are extremely proud to have raised more than $147 million during these
campaigns to support worthy causes.

The draft report contained two recommendations with which the LFCC and PCFO concur.
Attached find our detailed response to the recommendations. Again, thank you for the
opportunity to review and comment on this draft report. Please feel free to contact me if you
have any questions. I can be reached at                .

                                                       Sincerely,

                                                       (Signed)

                                                       Chairperson
                                                       Local Federal Coordinating Committee

Attachment


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       Attachment: LFCC Management Response to the Recommendations
                 Contained in Draft Report (3A-CF-00-16-036)
The OPM OIG recommended that the OPM Office of Combined Federal Campaigns (OCFC)
and the LFCC instruct the PCFO to:

Recommendation 1: Disburse $155,036 to charities participating in the 2014 Combined
Federal Campaign.

Response: Concur. On August 11, 2016, the PCFO transferred $155,035.51 from the Calendar
Year (CY) 2013 Campaign Account to the CY 2014 Campaign Account, for subsequent
disbursement to eligible charities, as appropriate.

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                                   NOT RELEVANT TO THE FINAL REPORT


Recommendation 2: Instruct the PCFO to reissue $15,230 in 2013 campaign distributions that
were either returned or uncashed.

Response: Concur. The PCFO has taken the following actions concerning the four individual
check/automated clearing house (ACH) distributions totaling $15,230 that were either returned
or uncashed:

    	 On May 8, 2015, a check for $13,005.54 was issued to the Red Cross as part of a
       CY 2013 special distribution. This check was subsequently cashed and cleared the bank
       on July 13, 2016.
     On October 13, 2016, an ACH payment was submitted through the banking system for
       direct deposit into a Fighters for Freedom account.
     On October 17, 2016, a check for $22.74 was reissued to the DW Green Institute Inc.,
       which has asked the PCFO to hold the check for pickup.
    	 On October 17, 2016, a check for $1,200.13 was reissued to the Diabetes Research
       Assistance Fund, however, the PCFO does not have any current contact information
       available for this recipient. The PCFO has contacted the OCFC for guidance and was
       told to distribute the amount as undesignated funds in the next regular CFC disbursement,
       once follow-up protocols have been satisfied. The PCFO has satisfied the follow-up
       protocols and will distribute the funds as OPM directed.

                                            DELETED BY OIG 

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