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2 edition of Audit report, Rockland BOCES for the period July 1, 1998 through June 30, 2000. found in the catalog.

Audit report, Rockland BOCES for the period July 1, 1998 through June 30, 2000.

University of the State of New York. Office of Audit Services.

Audit report, Rockland BOCES for the period July 1, 1998 through June 30, 2000.

by University of the State of New York. Office of Audit Services.

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Published by University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., Office of Audit Services in Albany, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rockland County Board of Cooperative Educational Services -- Auditing.,
  • School management and organization -- New York (State) -- Rockland County.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRockland BOCES ...
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33, [23] p. ;
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22440071M

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    instance, the LIS data showed an appraisal value of $1 while the actual appraisal document showed $, In another instance, the acquisition value was entered as $90,; however, the source document showed $ These issues were generally due to input errors, such as entering information in the wrong field and inputting incorrect information. 1. Report Title 2. Audit Report Address 3. Intro 4. Scope 5. Opinion 6. Name of the CPA Firm 7. Audit Report Date.

    (District), as of and for the year ended J , and the related notes to the financial statements, which collectively comprise the District’s basic financial statements, and have issued our report thereon dated Octo Our report included a reference to other auditors who audited the financial statements of East Bay. For claim payments, we only performed a system review of claims paid from January 1, through J , and reviewed a listing of debarred providers to determine if any claims were inappropriately paid to these providers from January 1, through J


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Audit report, Rockland BOCES for the period July 1, 1998 through June 30, 2000 by University of the State of New York. Office of Audit Services. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The following is our final audit report (BOC) of the Audit report Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) for the period July 1, through J The audit was conducted pursuant to Sections and of the Education Law in pursuit of Goal #5 of the. The purpose of our audit was to review administrative compensation, purchasing and financial management practices for the period July 1, through J Background.

The Rockland Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) is a public entity serving eight component school districts that educate approximat students in. The following is our final audit report (BOC) on the Cattaraugus-Allegeny-Erie-Wyoming BOCES for the period July 1, through J The audit was conducted pursuant to Sections and of the Education Law in pursuit of Goal #5 of the Board of.

1 These recommendations were made in two reports: FS Maintenance Backlog (Evaluation Report No. HQ, issued in June and FS Infrastructure Maintenance on National Forest Lands in the eastern region (Audit Report No.

Ch, issued in July ). The description of controls at NFC is as of Jand information about tests of the operating effectiveness of specific controls covers the period from July 1,through J Any projection of such information to the future is subject to the risk that, because of.

bankrupt companies during the period. The results indicate that, after controlling for financial stress, company size, default status, audit reporting lag and bankruptcy filing lag, auditors were less likely to have issued prior going-concern modified audit reports File Size: 45KB.

Department of Investigation’s Standards for Inventory Control and Management. 1 Scope and Methodology This audit covered the period July 1,through J To obtain an understanding of the procedures and regulations with which the Boards are required to comply, we reviewed relevant provisions of: Comptroller’s Directives 3, closed in fiscal years through had not met the 1-year target date.

In fact, 24 reports took more than 2 years to close, with 5 reports exceeding 5 years. Further, of recommendations closed and certified in the Departmental Audit Report Tracking System (DARTS) during the 4-year period were closed after the target closure date File Size: 1MB.

The auditor’s report is the key deliverable addressing the output of the audit process. The IAASB intends for its new and revised Auditor Reporting standards to result in an auditor’s report that increases the confidence in the audit and the financial statements, which is in the public interest.

REPORT # On motion by Mr. Mark, seconded by Mr. Malgieri, the Board unanimously accepted the Claims Audit Report for December CLAIMS AUDIT REPORT # On motion by Mr. Mark, seconded by Mr.

Malgieri, the Board unanimously accepted the following Bids/RFP: BIDS/RFP # the 5-year period, July through June SUMMARY OF AUDIT RECOMMENDATIONS NOT FULLY IMPLEMENTE D. Overall, as of Jauditees9 had implemented approximately 93 percent of the recommendations with which they originally agreed or partially agreed.

XHIBIT 2 compares the number of audit recommendations that are not. RECOMMENDATIONS AS OF J OCTOBER INFORMATIONAL REPORT. THE MISSION OF THE OFFICE OF THE STATE AUDITOR. Over the -5year period, July through Junethe Office of the State Auditor (OSA) made 2, STATUS OF OUTSTANDING AUDIT RECOMMENDATIONS AS OF J 8.

ANNUAL Size: 8MB. The scope of our audit was limited to corrective action items developed in response to internal OIG audits of FSA processes and programs. Our scope included only those corrective action items reported as “completed” in AARTS during the period July 1,through J x Final Report No.

1A (dated Ma ) for cash management activities and practices related to FEHBP funds from through J ; x Final Report No. 1A (dated Janu ) for aging FEP health benefit refunds as of Jas well as fraud recoveries and medical drug rebates from OIG Financial Management: Report on the Bureau of the Fiscal Service Administrative Resource Center's Description of its Financial Management Services and the Suitability of the Design and Operating Effectiveness of its Controls for the Period July 1, to J DO 8/15/ Reports on Audited Financial Statements [] Restating Financial Statements Reported on by a Predecessor Auditor [–] [Superseded by SAS No.

84, effective with respect to acceptance of an engagement after Ma ] (See sectionCommunications Between Predecessor and Successor Auditors.)File Size: 89KB. An educational cooperative of 51 Long Island school districts, providing educational leadership, instruction and support through quality, cost-effective instructional programs and shared services.

We conducted this audit because of a number of concerns raised in a series of articles by the Center for Public Integrity beginning in September 2. Our audit objectives were to assess (1) Fiscal Service’s financial agent designation process and the administration of the FAAs with BofA and JPMC for banking services provided to BOP and.

AUDIT REPORT NUMBER July 1, The finding in this report is the conclusion of the OIG’s Auditing Division based on testing of SBA operations. The finding and recommendation s are subject to review, management decision, and corrective action in accordance with existing Agency procedures for follow -up and resolution.

The report may contain. Audit report, Catskill Center for Independence, Inc., for the period October 1, through Septem EDUCATION: Audit report, Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES preschool special education program for the period July 1, through J EDUCATION: Audit report, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Counties Board of Cooperative.

PCAOB Project Deliberations and Outreach (cont’d) June Concept Release Presented four alternatives for changing the auditor’s report Public comment period: June 21 – Septem September Public Roundtable Discussion on the alternatives presented in the concept release Participants included investors, preparers, auditors, boardFile Size: 42KB.The Chicago project was expanded to 25 UST offices in 14 regions, covering 18 federal judicial districts, from January 1, through J During the pilot program, all individuals who filed a bankruptcy petition under Chapters 7 or 13 of the Code were required to produce photo identification and confirmation of social security.All findings from our previous audit of GEHA (Report No.

1B, dated Ma ), covering contract years throughhave been satisfactorily resolved. The results of this audit were provided to GEHA in written audit inquiries; were discussed withFile Size: KB.