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Office of the Welfare Inspector General
Quality of Internal Control Certification (Issued 9/28/12)


Purpose
To determine whether the Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) submitted timely a quality Internal Control Certification to the Division of Budget (DOB) by April 30, 2012.

Background
In 1987, the Legislature passed the New York State Governmental Accountability, Audit and Internal Control Act requiring State agencies and public authorities to each institute a comprehensive system of internal controls over their operations. By April 30 each year, DOB requires the head of each covered agency to certify compliance with the Internal Control Act by submitting a certification and internal control summary detailing the internal control activities undertaken during the previous year. On April 30, 2012, OMIG submitted its annual Internal Control Certification and reported full compliance with all provisions of the Act, except for one provision that was not applicable.

Key Findings

  • OMIG's Internal Control Certification was submitted timely and exhibited the necessary quality. Answers were complete and responsive, and were supported by records and documentation maintained by the agency.

Key Recommendations

  • None

Link to full audit report (2012-S-42)

Other Related Audits/Reports of Interest

Office for the Aging: Quality of Internal Control Certification Report 2008-S-114
Division of Veterans Affairs: Quality of Internal Control Certification Report 2008-S-115
Department of Transportation: Quality of Internal Control Certification Report 2008-S-116


State Government Accountability Contact Information:
Audit Director: John Buyce
Phone: (518) 474-3271; Email: StateGovernmentAccountability@osc.state.ny.us
Address: Office of the State Comptroller; Division of State Government Accountability; 110 State Street, 11th Floor; Albany, NY 12236