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Archive: 2001-2013

Semiannual Reports to Congress for Periods Ending

Audits and Other Reports

Fiscal Year 2013 (Issued October 1, 2012 — September 30, 2013)

Fiscal Year 2012 (Issued October 1, 2011 — September 30, 2012)

Fiscal Year 2011 (Issued October 1, 2010 — September 30, 2011)

Fiscal Year 2010 (Issued October 1, 2009 — September 30, 2010)

Fiscal Year 2009 (Issued October 1, 2008 — September 30, 2009)

Fiscal Year 2008 (Issued October 1, 2007 — September 30, 2008)

Fiscal Year 2007 (Issued October 1, 2006 — September 30, 2007)

Fiscal Year 2006 (Issued October 1, 2005 — September 30, 2006)

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

Fiscal Year 2004 (Issued October 1, 2003 — September 30, 2004)

  • Management Needs to Capture Data on Official Time Used by Union Representatives, September 2004
  • Improvement Needed in the Management and Oversight of the Library of Congress Police Force, August 2004 (Not for Public Release)
  • Assessment of the Library’s Contracting Office, August 2004 (PDF, 346KB)
  • Audit of the Administrative Working Fund, August 2004
  • Reading Room Space Allocations Should Be Reevaluated, March 2004 (PDF, 790KB)
  • Comprehensive Survey of Infrastructure Services, March 2004
  • Purchase Card Program: Controls and Communication Need Improvement, March 2004
  • *Cooperative Acquisitions Program Revolving Fund Fiscal Year 2003 Financial Statements, March 2004 (See page 18 of the Fund statements)
  • *National Digital Library Trust Fund Fiscal Year 2003 Financial Statements, February 2004 (See page 13 of the Fund statements)
  • Sole-sourced Consulting Contracts, February 2004 [Redacted version] (PDF, 124KB)
  • Library of Congress Fiscal Year 2003 Financial Statements, February 2004 (See page 5-1)
  • *James Madison Council Fund Fiscal Year 2003 Financial Statements, January 2004 (See page 18 of Annual Report)

Fiscal Year 2003 (Issued October 1, 2002 — September 30, 2003)

  • HRS is Responding to Performance Challenges, But Additional Controls and Oversight Are Needed, September 2003 (PDF, 366KB)
  • Management of the Dispute Resolution Center Needs Strengthening, September 2003
  • Learning at the Library: Strategic Goals Should Drive Knowledge Investment, April 2003 (PDF, 368KB)
  • Additional Oversight Needed on ERC Grant, March 2003
  • *Cooperative Acquisitions Program Revolving Fund Fiscal Year 2002 Financial Statements, March 2003 (See page 18 of the Fund statements)
  • Contracting Officer Help Needed to Prevent Excessive Costs on the Proposed Telex Contract, March 2003 (Not for Public Release)
  • Management of EEOC Program Needs Strengthening, February 2003
  • *National Digital Library Trust Fund Fiscal Year 2002 Financial Statements, February 2003 (See page 12 of the Fund statements)
  • Library of Congress Fiscal Year 2002 Financial Statements, February 2003 (See page 5-1)
  • Audit of the Library’s Digital Migration, February 2003
  • *James Madison Council Fund Fiscal Year 2002 Financial Statements, January 2003 (See page 16 of Annual Report)
  • Comprehensive Survey of Infrastructure Services, October 2002

Fiscal Year 2002 (Issued October 1, 2001 — September 30, 2002)

Fiscal Year 2001 (Issued October 1, 2000 — September 30, 2001)

  • Special Materials Cataloging Division, Rare Book Cataloging Team, September 2001
  • Preservation Directorate, September 2001
  • AVUE Contract Issues, September 2001 (Not for Public Release)
  • Proposed Authority and Responsibility for AVUE Project Manager, August 2001
  • Information Technology (IT) Security, July 2001
  • Office of Investigations, July 2001
  • Central Financial System Replacement Project Costs, Benefits, and Alternatives Analysis, July 2001 (Not for Public Release)
  • C-2 Playback Machine Recall, May 2001
  • Transition of Gift Funds to Revolving Funds, April 2001
  • Data Management, March 2001
  • Document Systems, Inc. (Pre-Award), March 2001 (Not for Public Release)
  • *Cooperative Acquisitions Program Revolving Fund Fiscal Year 2000 Financial Statements, March 2001 (See page 18 of the Fund statements)
  • *National Digital Library Trust Fund Fiscal Year 2000 Financial Statements, February 2001
  • Retail Marketing Office, February 2001 (Not for Public Release)
  • Preservation Technologies, L.P. (Pre-Award), February 2001 (Not for Public Release)
  • Library of Congress Fiscal Year 2000 Financial Statements, February 2001 (See page 5-1)
  • Talking Book Playback Machine Inventory (KPMG), February 2001
  • Verner W. Clapp Revolving Fund, January 2001
  • *James Madison Council Fund Fiscal Year 2000 Financial Statements, January 2001 (See page 17 of Annual Report)
  • Assessment of Database Procedures, December 2000

*We contracted with the independent public accounting firm of Clifton Gunderson, LLP, 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.

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