State of Arizona June 30, 2004 Report Highlights-Single Audit
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State of ArizonaREPORT Expenditures of FederalHIGHLIGHTSSINGLE AUDIT Monies Increase by$800 MillionSubjectThe State of Arizona spent $8.3billion of federal monies this pastyear for 1,224 federal awardsState Agencies that Administer Federal AwardsDuring fiscal year 2004, the Stateadministered, in whole or in part,(In Millions)spent $8.3 billion of federalby 47 state agencies. The largestmonies. As shown in the chart tofederal awards were foreducation, health services, the right, seven state agenciesHealth ServicesWater Infrastructure highway construction, research administered 96 percent of these$261 and development, student Finance Authoritymonies. Other Agenciesfinancial aid, and welfare. The $212 $356 State must be accountable for itsOverall, expenditures increased Transportationuse of both federal and state$800 million, or 11 percent, from $427 monies, maintain strong internalthe $7.5 billion expended in fiscalcontrols, and comply with federal AHCCCSEducationprogram requirements. year 2003. The largest increase $3,660 $675 occurred in programs for indigentOur Conclusion medical care, food stamps, loan Universityand loan guarantee programs, and SystemThe State maintained adequateresearch and development. $931 controls over financial reporting.Combined expenditures for theseDuring the compliance audit 18federal programs were tested, programs increased by $789this included 5 program clusters. Economic Securitymillion from the prior year. This ...

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State of Arizona
REPORT Expenditures of FederalHIGHLIGHTS
SINGLE AUDIT Monies Increase by
$800 MillionSubject
The State of Arizona spent $8.3
billion of federal monies this past
year for 1,224 federal awards
State Agencies that Administer Federal AwardsDuring fiscal year 2004, the Stateadministered, in whole or in part,
(In Millions)spent $8.3 billion of federalby 47 state agencies. The largest
monies. As shown in the chart tofederal awards were for
education, health services, the right, seven state agencies
Health ServicesWater Infrastructure highway construction, research administered 96 percent of these
$261 and development, student Finance Authoritymonies. Other Agencies
financial aid, and welfare. The $212 $356 State must be accountable for its
Overall, expenditures increased Transportationuse of both federal and state
$800 million, or 11 percent, from $427 monies, maintain strong internal
the $7.5 billion expended in fiscalcontrols, and comply with federal AHCCCS
Education
program requirements. year 2003. The largest increase $3,660
$675 occurred in programs for indigent
Our Conclusion medical care, food stamps, loan University
and loan guarantee programs, and SystemThe State maintained adequate
research and development. $931 controls over financial reporting.
Combined expenditures for theseDuring the compliance audit 18
federal programs were tested, programs increased by $789
this included 5 program clusters. Economic Securitymillion from the prior year. This increase was attributable to $1,792
internal controls over, and expanded eligibility for indigent
complied with, the federal medical care, inflationary increasescompliance requirements for 7 of Federal Programs Expenditures in healthcare costs, additionalthe 18 federal programs tested. Fiscal Years 2002-2004funding for university studentHowever, for 11 federal programs
tested, auditors found that the financial aid loans and research $9,000 $8,314State did not maintain adequate and development projects, and
$8,000 $7,525internal controls or comply with other loan programs. The largest
one or more of the compliance $7,000increase, $555 million, occurred in $6,384
requirements applicable to those
$6,000federal monies expended forprograms. See page 2 for further
indigent medical care. As shown in $5,000information.
the graph to the right, expenditures
$4,000
of federal monies have increased
$3,000$2.0 billion between fiscal years
$2,0002002 and 2004. Expenditures for
indigent medical care and food $1,000
stamps accounted for $1.36 billion $0
of the increase.
2002 2003 20042004
Year Ended June 30, 2004
(In Millions)The State Did Not Always
Comply with Federal
TO OBTAINProgram Requirements
MORE INFORMATIONN
A copy of the full reportAuditors identified and tested 18 federal Auditors found material internal control
can be obtained by callingprograms (includes 5 program clusters) weaknesses and material instances of
under the guidelines established by the noncompliance for the Food Stamp ((660022)) 555533-00333333
Single Audit Act. Audit tests included Cluster, Special Education Cluster,
evaluating the State’s compliance with Temporary Assistance for Needy
each program’s federal regulations Families, Rehabilitation Services—
generally related to expending, Vocational Rehabilitation Grants to or by visiting
monitoring, matching, and reporting States, and Child Support Enforcement our Web site at:
federal awards. Weaknesses programs. www.auditorgen.state.az.us
in internal control and instances of
Contact person fornoncompliance were noted for 10 of the The table below identifies the findings
this report:programs tested. In addition, weaknesses reported in our audit by program,
Jay Zsorey responsible department, and type of
noncompliance were found by the compliance requirement.
auditors for 2 other federal programs.
Type of Compliance Requirement
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9Program Responsible Department Activities Cash Costs Eligibility Match Monitor Report Special Procurement
Child Support Enforcement Economic Security X
Food Stamp Cluster Economic Security X
Foster Care—Title IV-E Economic Security X X
SSBG Economic Security X X
RS Economic Security X
TAAW Economic Security X X X
TANF Economic Security X X X X
Unemployment Insurance Economic Security X X X
WIA Cluster Economic Security X X X
Special Education Cluster Education X X
Title I Grants Education X
WIC Health Services X
Election Reform Payments Secretary of State X

SSBG – Social Services Block Grant
RS – Rehabilitation Services–Vocational Rehabilitation Grants to States
TAAW – Trade Adjustment Assistance–Workers
TANF – Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
WIA – Workforce Investment Act
WIC – Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children

1Activities: Federal monies were expended for unallowable activities.
2Cash: Federal monies requested and received were in excess of, or not sufficient for, immediate program needs.
3Costs: Federal monies were expended for unallowable costs.
4Eligibility: Benefits were awarded to ineligible participants.
5Match: Federal monies were not matched with state monies, or a specified level of service was not maintained.
6Monitor: Subrecipients were not monitored to ensure they administered awards in compliance with federal requirements.
7Report: Financial information reported to federal grantors was not accurate.
8Special: Unique program requirements were not complied with.
9Procurement: Procurement and suspension and debarment regulations were not complied with.
The Single Audit Fact Sheet
! No weaknesses in financial reporting internal controls.
! Sixteen findings identifying weaknesses in federal
compliance internal controls, six of these noted material
weaknesses.
REPORT! Sixteen findings identifying violations of federal program
compliance requirements, six of these noted material HIGHLIGHTS
violations. SINGLE AUDIT
! Program costs totaling $3,662,624 were questioned as a
Year Ended June 30, 2004result of our audit.
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