|Financial Audit Division Report 15-08||Released March 25, 2015|
The Minnesota Department of Education generally complied with and had controls to ensure compliance with certain legal requirements applicable to its major federal programs for fiscal year 2014. However, the department had some internal control weaknesses and noncompliance with federal requirements, as noted in the four findings presented in this report, including three unresolved findings from the prior audit.1
Programs material to the State of Minnesota’s federal program compliance for fiscal year 2014:
|Child Nutrition Cluster2||10.553, 10.555, 10.556, and 10.559|
|Child and Adult Care Food||10.558|
|Title 1 – Grants to Local Education Agencies||84.010|
|Special Education Cluster3||84.027 and 84.173|
1 Office of the Legislative Auditor’s Financial Audit Division Report 14-09, Department of Education, issued March 21, 2014.
2 The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) includes unique numbers assigned by the federal government to identify its programs.
3 A cluster of programs is a group of closely related programs that have similar compliance requirements and are treated as a single program.