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Missouri Office of the State Auditor

Federal Funding for COVID-19 Response March 2022

The primary objective of this report is to show Missouri's spending of federal assistance in the month of March 2022 for the COVID-19 emergency and the cumulative financial activity since the state began receiving funding in April 2020.
Oregon Secretary of State, Audits Division

The Pandemic’s Effects on Oregonians Exposed Risks and Highlighted the Need to Modernize Oregon’s Unemployment Insurance System

This audit focuses on information and recommendations we can provide to improve the Oregon Employment Department's (OED) unemployment insurance system ahead of future surges in unemployment, similar to the COVID-19 pandemic. We have found that OED has made progress addressing some of the most public concerns, such as the inability of its phone-based system to handle the spike in claims that occurred in March 2020. Additionally, Oregon fared comparatively well in terms of fraud within their unemployment insurance program.
Louisiana Legislative Auditor

Washington Parish Fire Protection District No. 7 Investigative Audit

This investigative audit was performed in accordance with Louisiana Revised Statutes 24:513, et seq. to determine the validity of complaints we received. The procedures we performed primarily consisted of making inquiries and examining selected financial records and other documents and do not constitute an examination or review in accordance with generally accepted auditing or attestation standards. The Washington Parish Fire Protection District No. 7 (District 7) Secretary provided inaccurate and incomplete information to the Louisiana Workforce Commission to obtain COVID-19 pandemic...
Massachusetts Office of the State Auditor

Audit of the Massachusetts Sheriffs’ Association

In this performance audit, we examined the reports Massachusetts Sheriffs' Association (MSA) collected from sheriffs’ offices, and we reviewed MSA’s policies and procedures as well as its budgetary language requirements. The audit found that MSA did not ensure the consistency and accuracy of cost-per-inmate reports and that MSA did not establish policies and procedures for coordinating and standardizing services and programs at the sheriffs’ offices.
Massachusetts Office of the State Auditor

Audit of the Department of Higher Education

The audit found that Department of Higher Education (DHE) did not ensure that all employees who were responsible for managing and administering Governor’s Emergency Education Relief funding completed annual cybersecurity awareness training. The audit also found that DHE did not meet with the Commonwealth Commitment Advisory Board (CCAB) to review the MassTransfer Commonwealth Commitment Program and did not provide reports or communications to the Board of Higher Education regarding CCAB’s review of the MassTransfer Commonwealth Commitment Program.
Florida, Broward County Office of the Inspector General

Review of Broward County’s Expenditure of CARES Act Funds

The OIG’s review found that the county spent its $340,744,702.30 of CRF proceeds on Broward Sheriff’s Office public safety payroll expenditures in accordance with the law and guidance from Treasury. Although we found that the county was in compliance, we did identify an inadvertent misspending of $72,632.42 that the county subsequently corrected. Additionally, we discovered that CRF proceeds may have been used for personnel benefits that Department of Treasury may not consider eligible.
Massachusetts Office of the State Auditor

Audit of the Massachusetts Cultural Council

We found that Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) did not verify artists’ eligibility prior to issuing grants totaling $1,456,000 from the MCC's COVID-19 pandemic relief funding. We also found that MCC’s Internal Control Plan was not updated with a COVID-19 component. Additionally, the OSA found that MCC did not ensure all employees completed the required annual cybersecurity awareness training.
Illinois Office of the Auditor General

State of Illinois Department of Employment Security: Individual Nonshared Proprietary Fund Financial Statements For the Year Ended June 30, 2021

The audit of the accompanying financial statements of the State of Illinois, Department of Employment Security Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund was performed by RSM US LLP for the year ended June 30, 2021. Based on their audit, the auditors expressed a disclaimer of opinion on the Department's Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund financial statements. The auditors identified three matters involving the Department's internal controls over financial reporting that they considered to be material weaknesses. Further, the auditors identified three noncompliance matters.
Massachusetts Office of the State Auditor

Audit of the Bridgewater State University

In this performance audit, we reviewed Bridgewater State University's (BSU) use of funding from the Education Stabilization Fund (ESF) received through the CARES Act and the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA). BSU received grant funding under two components of the ESF: direct funding from the United States Department of Education (US DOE), and funding from the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education (MDHE). The purpose of our audit was to determine whether BSU administered the federal assistance it received in accordance with the criteria established...
Massachusetts Office of the State Auditor

Audit of the Bunker Hill Community College

In this performance audit, we reviewed financial activity from federal funding provided by the CARES Act, the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, and the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund. In addition, we reviewed Bunker Hill Community College’s (BHCC) compliance with the Office of the Comptroller of the Commonwealth’s guidance on revisions to its internal control plan to address operational changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The audit found BHCC did not accurately record and report the institutional portion of Higher Education Emergency Relief...