Financial Review of the Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation Commission, June 30, 1976
FGMSD-77-13: Published: Aug 5, 1977. Publicly Released: Aug 5, 1977.
- Full Report:
Problems which were identified in the financial activities of the Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation Commission were relatively minor in fiscal year 1976 because of the Commission's limited operations and fund expenditures. However, as the Commission's program activities, fund disbursements, and staff increase, these minor problems could become major problems. The Commission assists tribal members who are required to move as the result of settlement of a land dispute.
Incorrect salaries were paid to the Commissioners, and annual leave was not properly accrued for the Commissioners. Procurement procedures were not consistently followed by the Commission. Travel funds were not promptly deobligated at the end of the year. A formal manual for administrative procedures has not been developed.