|Financial Audit Division Report 05-45||Released August 11, 2005|
The Department of Labor and Industry’s internal controls over payroll and other administrative expenditures were adequate, and for the items tested, the department complied with finance-related legal provisions.
However, we identified two internal control weaknesses as discussed below.
The Department of Labor and Industry ensures a safe and equitable work environment for Minnesota employees and employers.
In fiscal year 2004, the department collected $124 million and spent $111 million, mostly for the financing of the Special Workers’ Compensation Fund.