Internal Control
Division of Policy and Directives Management
The Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act of 1982 requires an annual evaluation of agency systems of internal accounting and administrative control to determine if such systems are in compliance with certain requirements related to costs and obligations, assets, revenues and expenses. The concept of internal control has broadened to include all internal controls: administrative and programmatic. Internal controls are assessed by continuous  monitoring and periodic evaluations. 

The Division of Policy and Directives Management: 

Provides information and training on the internal control process; 
Provides guidance on the internal control process, including documenting control systems and how to plan, conduct, and report on control reviews; 
Assists offices in the preparation of internal control review reports; and 
Tracks the implementation of corrective actions identified in control reviews. 

PDM Contact: Kathy Garrity, (703) 358-2551, Katherine_Garrity@fws.gov

Last updated:April 19, 2011

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