Minnesota Health Insurance Exchange: MNsure (Oct 28)
We concluded that the state agencies involved in developing and implementing MNsure had generally adequate internal controls and generally complied with most legal requirements applicable to spending public money. However, MNsure did not have adequate controls over marketing costs and collection of receipts. The report contains 8 findings related to internal control weaknesses and instances of noncompliance. This audit did not examine MNsure's operational performance. We will release an audit on MNsure's ability to make eligibility determinations for public health care programs on November 12, 2014, and an overall evaluation of MNsure's development and implementation in early February 2015.
Health-Related Licensing Boards (Oct 24)
We audited the receipt and licensing processes at the 15 Health-Related Licensing Boards. The boards of Chiropractic Examiners, Nursing, and Podiatric Medicine had adequate internal controls and complied with finance-related legal requirements. The remaining 12 boards generally had adequate internal controls and generally complied with applicable legal requirements. Our report contains four findings related to internal controls and legal compliance deficiencies.
Minnesota State University, Mankato: The Coach Todd Hoffner Case (Oct 23)
We reviewed the personnel dispute between Minnesota State University, Mankato and its head football coach, Todd Hoffner, in response to requests from the chairs of the House and Senate higher education committees and officials at Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.
Program EvaluationDNR Forest Management (Aug 28)
MnDOT Selection of Pavement Surface for Road Rehabilitation (Mar 26)
Agricultural Commodity Councils (Mar 21)
Councils on Asian-Pacific Minnesotans, Black Minnesotans, Chicano/Latino People, and Indian Affairs (Mar 14)
Health Services in State Correctional Facilities (Feb 20)
Financial AuditAgricultural Utilization Research Institute (Oct 2)