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Minnesota Board of Firefighter Training and Education (Mar 27)

The Minnesota Board of Firefighter Training and Education and the Department of Public Safety generally did not comply with significant finance-related legal requirements and generally did not have adequate internal controls. We identified a number of instances of noncompliance and internal control weakness with the more significant weaknesses in the areas of receipts, and training and aid reimbursements.

Minnesota Housing Finance Agency: Down Payment Assistance (Mar 27)

The Minnesota Housing Finance Agency has performed well in managing its down payment assistance program with regard to agency goals. We recommend improvements in a few areas, and also suggest that the agency consider whether it could adjust its funding to increase the flexibility of its program offerings.

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  • The Office of the Legislative Auditor has over 50 years of strengthening accountability and providing legislative oversight of Minnesota state government.
    A brief overview of OLA’s history.

  • The Legislative Audit Commission approved five program evaluation topics on Monday, April 8, 2024.

    The commission also voted to have OLA conduct a financial audit of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Faculty Pay Processing in 2025.

Office of the Legislative Auditor, Room 140, 658 Cedar St., St. Paul, MN 55155 : or 651‑296‑4708