Audit of Cooperative Agreement Between the Bureau of Reclamation and the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe

Link: Memorandum

The audit identified a total of $1,440,748 in questioned costs, as well as the need for increased oversight by USBR. OIG offers six recommendations to help USBR resolve the questioned costs and improve its operations with LBST. USBR agreed with all six recommendations and will begin negotiations with LBST to recoup the unallowable costs.

About Sarah M Donnelly

Program Coordinator for the Indigenous Law and Policy Center at Michigan State University College of Law.
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One Response to Audit of Cooperative Agreement Between the Bureau of Reclamation and the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe

  1. Sheryl Scott says:

    Matthew,   Why can’t the feds put the council and others responsible in jail?  They have done this for 30 years and continue to do this through now. Sheryl ScottLower Brule Tribal Elder

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