Division of Human Rights
Internal Controls Over Selected Financial Operations (Follow-Up Report)
Allegations of discrimination are investigated and adjudicated by the Division of Human Rights. In audit 2007-S-25, we found that the Division did not have an adequate system of internal controls over its basic financial operations. We identified control weaknesses over equipment inventory, purchasing, disbursements, payroll, accounting and information systems, budgeting, and governance. We recommended the Division take immediate action to ensure that its control systems were effective. When we followed up on these matters with Division officials, we found that they had made some progress in implementing our audit recommendations; however, additional actions were still needed.
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