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Management Letter


Department of Administration

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2000


Key Findings and Recommendations:

  • The Risk Management Division did not ensure the accuracy of its outstanding claims payable. The Risk Management Division should develop procedures to ensure it closes out outstanding claims once the claims are paid or resolved.
  • The Materials Management Division did not have a system in place to accurately track cooperative purchasing administrative fees. The Materials Management Division should develop a system to accurately record and track outstanding pharmaceutical contract administrative fees.

Management letters address internal control weaknesses and noncompliance issues found during our annual audit of the state's financial statements and federally-funded programs. The scope of work in individual agencies is limited. During the fiscal year 2000 audit, our work at the Department of Administration focused on selected components of the state's Internal Services Funds and selected building construction projects. The department's response to our recommendations is included in the report.

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