The Bureau of Mediation Services’ internal controls provided reasonable
assurance that its operating expenditures were accurately reported in the
accounting records and in compliance with applicable legal provisions and
management’s authorization. However, we identified a concern with
the Bureau’s administration of its Labor-Management Cooperative grants.
- The Bureau did not administer its Labor-Management Cooperative grants in
compliance with applicable rules and grant agreement requirements.
|The audit report contained one audit finding
relating to legal compliance. The prior audit report did not
contain any audit findings.
Selected Audit Areas:
Fiscal Years 2002 through 2004
- Travel Reimbursements
- Professional/Technical Services
- Grant Expenditures
The Bureau of Mediation Services attempts to keep labor disputes at a minimum
by ensuring that constructive labor-management relationships exist in the state’s
public, nonprofit, and private sectors. The Bureau is financed primarily by
a General Fund appropriation, which was $1,773,000 in fiscal year 2004.