The Attorney General's Office (AGO) properly collected, deposited, and recorded revenue for AGO services, fines, restitutions, and settlements in the state's accounting system. The Attorney General's Office also properly authorized payroll, employee business and travel expense reimbursements, and disbursements for the purchase of goods and services and accurately recorded those transactions in the state's accounting records. In addition, for the items tested, the AGO complied with material finance-related legal provisions and the bargaining unit agreements except for the findings indicated below.
Key Findings and Recommendations:
Financial-Related Audit Reports address internal control weaknesses and noncompliance issues found during our audits of state departments and agencies. The scope of our work at the Office of the Attorney General included funding sources and other revenue, payroll expenditures, employee business and travel expense reimbursements, and purchased goods and services.