Walang accomplishment report ang anti-criminality projects ng Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), ayon sa 2017 annual audit report ng Commission on Audit (COA).
May pondong P500 milyon ang mga proyekto ng DILG laban sa kriminalidad, katulad ng Masa Masid at regional training and consultation para sa Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Council (BADAC).
Sa kabila ng malaking pondo nito, walang naipresintang performance report ang DILG sa COA.
Itinuturong sanhi ng COA sa pagpalpak ng proyekto ay dahil sa mabagal na implementasyon nito at kwestiyonableng fund transfers.
“The objective of the MASA MASID program of increasing the awareness level on corruption, drugs, criminality, and encouraging participation among community members and capability building for stakeholders with budget allocation of P500 million for CY 2017 was not achieved due to the: (a) slow/non-implementation of programmed activities resulting in the reversion of allotment to the General Fund of P10.545 million; and (b) non-utilization of fund transfer amounting to P10.500 million. Moreover, funds totaling P88.689 million were transferred to the Philippine Public Safety College (PPSC) and Local Government Academy (LGA) in December 2017 to avoid the reversion of unutilized allotment to the General Fund despite the discontinuance of the program in 2018,” ayon sa COA.