|Release Date||Title||03/24/2017||Single Audit Report for 2016|
The Single Audit recaps in one report many findings related to federal programs, most of which have been previously reported by the auditor. Federal law requires the state to compile the Single Audit every year. Officials use the information to monitor whether the state has complied – or not – with the requirements of federal assistance programs.
|03/20/2017||Nearly $22,000 Missing from a Ouachita Parish Middle School's Bank Account|
An examination of West Ridge Middle School’s records showed that nearly $22,000 that should have been deposited into the school’s student activity bank account could not be accounted for.
|03/13/2017||Report Details Areas of Concern in EBR Clerk of Court's Financial Operations|
An assessment of the East Baton Rouge Clerk of Court’s internal financial controls related to credit cards, contracts, payroll, collections, and equipment identified areas of concern that need to be addressed by the Clerk.
|02/20/2017||Audit: Ex-Tangipahoa Landfill Manager May Have Taken More Than $18,000 from Scrap Metal Sales
An investigative audit has found that the former Tangipahoa Parish Landfill manager appears to have directed $18,533 from the sale of Parish-owned scrap to himself rather than the Parish and allowed a contractor to dispose of roofing debris without paying the required fees.