An auditing score from the Federal Budget and Management Office is expected to be published in the coming days.
The auditing agency is conducting an audit of the US Government’s budget processes and will report back in 2019, The Hill reported.
The report is part of a report from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), which was sent to the President last week and is expected on Wednesday.
The report is expected “to provide a baseline for future auditing of federal spending.”
“The OMB is the independent arm of the Executive Branch tasked with auditing the federal budget,” OMB Director Tom Price said in a statement.
“Its mandate is to ensure the budget is accurately reflecting the priorities of Congress, the American people and the U.S. economy.
The OMB has been working diligently to improve our budgeting process to ensure that the Office and its staff perform their job with integrity and accuracy.”
The Office of Personnel Management also released an internal memo last week saying it would be releasing its own report on the 2016 budget process.
The memo noted the audit would be a “high-priority item,” and the OPM will release a report “as soon as it is available.”
A spokeswoman for the OMB said they do not comment on pending reports.