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Fiscal Year 2005 - Annual Reports

Audits and Other Reports

Fiscal Year 2005 (Issued October 1, 2004 — September 30, 2005)

  • Momentum Financial System Certification and Accreditation, September 2005 (Not for Public Release)
  • Quality Control Review of Moore, Elliott & Company, CPAs, OMB Circular A-133 Audit Report, Fiscal Year Ended September 2002, September 2005
  • Opportunities Exist to Improve Space Management, July 2005 (PDF, 3.6MB)
  • Improvement Needed in the Management and Oversight of the LC Police Force, June 2005 (Follow-up to August 2004 Audit)
  • Capitol Visitor Center Tunnel Preparations, June 2005
  • Opportunities Exist to Improve the Food Service Program with Effective Monitoring and Flexibility for the Contractor, May 2005 (Not for Public Release)
  • Survey of the Cataloging Process, May 2005 (PDF, 59KB)
  • HRS is Responding to Performance Challenges, But Additional Controls and Oversight Are Needed, May 2005 (Second Follow-up to September 2003 Audit)
  • Cancellation of FedLink Momentum Conversion, April 2005 (PDF, 43KB)
  • Fiscal Year 2005 Auditability Assessment, April 2005 (Not for Public Release)
  • Assessment of the Accountability and the Condition of the Manuscript Division Collections, March 2005
  • Assessment of the Accountability and the Condition of the Prints and Photographs Division Collections, March 2005
  • Mass Deacidification Quality Assurance Oversight, March 2005 (Not for Public Release)
  • Lack of an Inventory System and Ineffective Processes Contribute to Inefficient Warehousing Operations, March 2005 (PDF, 707KB)
  • Implementing an Effective Succession Planning Program Would Help the Library Achieve Its Strategic Goals, March 2005 [Redacted] (PDF, 637KB)
  • *Cooperative Acquisitions Program Revolving Fund Fiscal Year 2004 Financial Statements, March 2005 (See page 18)
  • *James Madison Council Fund Fiscal Year 2004 Financial Statements, February 2005 (See page 26 of Annual Report)
  • Library of Congress Fiscal Year 2004 Financial Statements, February 2005 (See page 5-1)
  • Transit Subsidy Program: Functions Well Overall, But Abuses and Errors Should Be Curbed, January 2005

*We contracted with the independent public accounting firm of Kearney & Company to audit the Fund’s financial statements.  The firm is responsible for the auditor’s report and the opinion and conclusions expressed in that report.  We performed a quality review of the auditor’s report and related documentation.