Financial Audit Report
The Board of Water and Soil Resources properly safeguarded assets and accurately recorded receipts and expenditures in the state's accounting and payroll systems. Except for the per diem issue noted below, the Board of Water and Soil Resources was in compliance with applicable finance-related legal provisions and policies.
The Board of Water and Soil Resources operates pursuant to Minn. Stat. Section 103B. The board's primary purpose is to assist local units of government in managing water and soil resources. The board provides technical, administrative, and financial assistance to these local units of government.
The Board of Water and Soil Resources' response to the findings and recommendations is included with the report.
Financial Audit Reports address internal control weaknesses and noncompliance issues found during our audits of state departments and agencies. The scope of our audit work at the Board of Water and Soil Resources included payroll, travel, other administrative expenditures, easements, grants expenditures, and grants revenues for the period from July 1, 1997, through June 30, 2000.