Chemical Processing Department Monthly Report: July 1957 Page: 55 of 107
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Plant and Equipment balances at June 30, 1957 were as follows:
Plant and Equipment Asset Reserte Net
In Service 3265 493 580 $116 118 567 319 075 013
Held for Future Use 46 402 655 31 945 427 14 457 228
Not Used Nor Currently
Useful 1 995 036 1 995 036 -0-
$313 891 271 1150 059 030 .63 832 241
July depreciation charged to product cost amounted to $968,655 including
R & UO general use and IPD export water assessments of $88,506 and $9,064
The proposal to place the T, B ana TBe facilities in the Plant and Equipment
Not Used Nor Currently Useful property account under condition status IV
was accepted by the Commission. An inventory of the plant and equipment
in these facilities is currently being taken by Property Accounting and
Power and General Maintenance.
The first of the inventories of movable property scheduled to be taken in
FY 1958 was completed. A physical inventory of movable property in the
custody of 200 East - General Maintenance was started on July 22, 1957
and the physical count was completed July 25, 1957. Reconciliation of the
book and physical count is now in progress.
During the month, the Manager, Internal Auditing was assigned to a HAPO
Task Force, reporting to the Manager, C3E), established by the General Manager,
HAPO, to obtain pertinent facts, and prepare a report of findings for the
Commission, concerning some 21 jobs performed by plant maintenance forces.
The Task Force was formed at the request of the Commission as a result of
a request for data, by the Regional Attorney, Department of Labor, as an
aid in reviewing the Davis-Bacon aspect of these jobs. Of the jobs in
question, seven involve CPD maintenance forces.
The audit reports covering CPDis activities relating to S. S. Accountability
in Redox, Purex, U03 and 23h-5-were issued durirz the month.
During the aionth of July, 190 purchase requisitions were reviewed to as-
certain whether or not proposed expenditures were reimbursable.
Field work in connection with the following audits is progressing
1. Management of Capital Assets
2. Payroll and Timekeeping Practices
3. General Ledger Accounts*
* Audit work in this area is being co-ordinated with efforts of L. B. McNeill,
Auditor, AE Audit Branch in order to achieve maximum audit coverage and to
minimize duplicating of efforts.
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