KPMG LLP, under contract with the Department of Homeland Security OIG, issued an Independent Accountants’ Report on U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Detailed Accounting Submission. CBP management prepared the Table of fiscal year 2014 Drug Control Obligations (Table) and related disclosures to comply with the requirements of the ONDCP Circular, Accounting of Drug Control Funding and Performance Summary (Circular), dated January 18, 2013. Some of the assumptions CBP used for computing obligations by decision units are based on surveys completed in prior years. While CBP management represented that the assumptions used continue to be valid for purposes of computing obligations presented in the Table, KPMG was unable to perform review procedures supporting that representation. Based on its review, except for matters noted above, nothing came to KPMG LLP’s attention that caused it to believe that the Detailed Accounting Submission for the year ended September 30, 2014, is not presented, in all material respects, in conformity with the criteria in ONDCP’s Circular. KPMG LLP did not make any recommendations as a result of its review.
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