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Board of Animal Health’s Oversight of Deer and Elk Farms (Apr 20th)

The Board of Animal Health is responsible for protecting the health of Minnesota’s domestic animals, including farmed deer and elk. We found that the board has failed to enforce some laws related to deer and elk farms, and we make several recommendations for improvement. Additionally, we found that the board has a strained relationship with the Department of Natural Resources (which manages wild deer and elk), and we recommend that the two agencies draft a memorandum of understanding to facilitate communication and data sharing.

Minnesota Department of Commerce:
Investigation of Auto Glass Insurance Processing by Safelite Solutions, LLC
(Apr 17th)

We concluded that a Commerce investigator did not comply with a provision in the Government Data Practices Act when he disclosed information about an ongoing investigation. We conducted this review in response to a legislative request.

Transit Financial Activity Review (Apr 5th)

In general, we found that the Council had adequate assets and revenues to meet their obligations.

 

Released Earlier

Program Evaluation

Guardians ad Litem (Mar 23rd)
Voter Registration (Mar 16th)
Office of Health Facility Complaints (Mar 6th)
Minnesota Investment Fund (Feb 28th)

Financial Audit

Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (Mar 28th)
Department of Corrections - Region 1 Correctional Facilities (Mar 26th)

Notices
  • OLA will release the report, Early Childhood Programs, at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 26. The report will be presented at 8:15 a.m. that day to the House Education Innovation Policy Committee in Room 10, State Office Building. It will also be presented at 3:00 p.m. to a joint hearing of the Senate E-12 Policy Committee and E-12 Finance Committee in Room 1100 of the Minnesota Senate Building.
  • OLA is now accepting resumes for an IT Audit Director.
  • On March 23, 2018, the Legislative Audit Commission chose the final topics for evaluation by OLA in 2018.

 

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