CPB Audit
Audit of WJFF's CSG for FY2011

In the summer of 2013 the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) conducted an audit of the Community Service Grant (CSG) which WJFF had received for fiscal year 2011.  During the course of their audit they found WJFF deficient in several areas and levied a penalty, which will be imposed as a deduction from future grant payments.  Below you will find full documentation of this process, including WJFF's efforts to communicate the CPB's findings to the public and its members.

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  • The initial report and recommendations of the OIG issued September 12, 2013, along with WJFF's response can be found here.  This document was posted to WJFF's website immediately upon its receipt.
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  • The CPB's Final Determination Letter, issued March 6, 2014 can be found here.
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  • WJFF's appeal to the CPB's penalty, sent on April 4, 2014 can be found here.
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  • The CPB's response to WJFF's appeal, issued April 21, 2014 can be found here.
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At its April 26, 2014 meeting, WJFF's Board of Trustees voted to communicate the CPB's findings and penalty to its members via mail and to local and national media outlets via a press release.  That press release can be found here.

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Effective immediately upon the CPB's departure in July 2013, WJFF has maintained strict compliance with the recommendations made in the OIG's initial report.  Policies and structures have been implemented to ensure another lapse in compliance does not occur.  Further information can be obtained by contacting Adam Weinreich, WJFF's General Manager by telephone at 845-482-4141 or by email:

adam@wjffradio.org.

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