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DHS IG Quarterly Report

DHS IG Quarterly Report

Page 1: DHS IG Quarterly Report

Category:General

Number of Pages:1

Date Created:June 4, 2012

Date Uploaded to the Library:February 20, 2014

Tags:overpayments, Overpaid, coast, Recovered, outstanding, Balance, guard, shelter, Emergency, Homeland, grant, DHS, security, reported, IRS, ICE


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DHS-IG today made public its quarterly report high-dollar overpayments.  The highlights: 
 
Overpayments discovered between 1/1/2012  3/31/2012: 
Overpaid Recovered Outstanding balance 
$452,652.74 $391,305.71  $61,347.03 
 
The entire outstanding balance represents overpayments the U.S. Coast Guard individual service members for various mistakes such continuing pay off-base housing subsidies for members living government quarters continuing pay salary following discharge from the service. 
 
Previously reported overpayments which remain uncollected 3/31/2012:  
Overpaid Recovered since the last report  Outstanding balance 
$1,350,710.29  $7,007.14     $1,343,703.15 
 
The bulk the outstanding balance ($1,307,577.17) were funds distributed FEMA nationwide for everything from Emergency Food Shelter Public Assistance Federal Insurance Mitigation and Administration.  Collection NOT underway respecting $362,484.63 because the agency unclear about the legality recovering Emergency Food Shelter funds. additional $27,609.10 wrongly paid Carson City, Nevada entity for Homeland Security Grant has been outstanding for 604 days since was first reported DHS-IG.  Meanwhile $643,115.65 overpaid Washington, D.C. entity for Homeland Security Grant has been outstanding for 612 days since was first reported DHS-IG.  The balance uncollected overpayments discovered prior reporting periods ($36,125.98) represents overpayments the U.S. Coast Guard individual service members which has yet recovered. 
 
Uncollected overpayments referred Treasury for tax garnishment: 
 
$19,239.54 paid FEMA INDIVIDUAL Seabrook, for Individuals Households Payments which the individual was apparently not entitled the first place.  DHS-IG first reported the improper payment November 11, 2008. 
 
$38,563.00 paid the U.S. Coast Guard Miami, entity for product service for which the U.S. Coast Guard appears have paid twice.  DHS-IG first reported the overpayment September 25, 2010.  U.S. Coast Guard added the vendor its Do Not Pay list that collection could begin offsetting from future payments this vendor.  (Why the U.S. Coast Guard still doing business with this entity???)



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