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Recently Released

Department of Human Services: Basic Health Program Trust Fund - Fiscal Years 2018, 2019, and 2020 (Sep 10)

At the request of the Department of Human Services (DHS), we audited the department’s Basic Health Program Trust Fund for compliance with federal spending requirements for the three-year period covering fiscal years 2018, 2019, and 2020. We concluded that the Department of Human Services (DHS) accurately reported BHP trust fund expenditures on its financial reports to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. DHS also generally complied with federal requirements to spend BHP trust funds for allowable purposes only, with some exceptions. Specifically, some trust fund expenditures were for health care coverage for individuals who were ineligible for the program.

Minnesota Vehicle Title and Registration System - September 2021 Quarterly Report (Sep 10)

The Department of Public Safety and Minnesota IT Services have scheduled October 4, 2021 for the second and final installment of the state's Vehicle Title and Registration System. While our final quarterly report of this project concludes that the agencies remain on schedule and under budget, we highlight some of the remaining work that still needs to be completed.

 

Released Earlier

Program Evaluation

MnDOT Workforce and Contracting Goals (May 26th)
Board of Cosmetology Licensing (May 26th)
Driver Examination Stations (Mar 17th)
Collaborative Urban and Greater Minnesota Educators of Color (CUGMEC) Grant Program (Mar 2nd)

Financial Audit

Department of Human Services: MinnesotaCare Eligibility (Aug 13)

 

Notices

  • Applications are now being accepted for Audit Interns for internships that will run from February 1 through May 27, 2022, and Staff Auditors.
  • Resumes are now being accepted for the position of Legislative Auditor. For a position description and how to apply, go to LCC Jobs.

  • The Legislative Audit Commission met on June 3, 2021, and selected five topics for evaluation.