The Board of Water and Soil Resources lacked adequate financial controls and the necessary cost-accounting rigor to ensure compliance with significant finance-related legal requirements. Payroll and other administrative costs often did not follow with state policies and requirements in law. Insufficient documentation also made it difficult to audit many key cost-allocation decisions. Our report has four findings.
Premium Subsidy Program (May 7th)
We concluded that the premium subsidy program met its objective to help eligible individuals pay for their health care coverage. In accordance with state law, the health insurance carriers that participated in the premium subsidy program appropriately passed the premium subsidy through to their eligible enrollees.
Early Childhood Programs (Apr 26th)