State Auditor’s Office Update WFOA Board Meeting April 25 -26, 2013 Chuck Pfeil, CPA, Director of State & Local Audit. Topics. Troy Kelley, State Auditor Immediate priorities Vision for the future Auditing & Accounting Issues Performance Audits Local Government Performance Center.
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State Auditor’s Office UpdateWFOA Board MeetingApril 25 -26, 2013Chuck Pfeil, CPA, Director of State & Local Audit
Audits recently released:
Ferries ConstructionIdentified reasons Washington ferries cost more than other vessels.
Regulatory ReformSuggested ways the state could improve regulatory websites and how agencies streamline regulations.
Protecting Children from Sex offenders in Schools, Day Care and Foster HomesRecommended ways the state can better prevent sex offenders from living or working around children.
K-12 Education SpendingReviewed non-instructional spending in all of the nearly 300 school districts and found promising approaches schools are using to reduce costs.
Developmental Disabilities EvaluationReviewing the state program providing services for people with developmental disabilities.
Background ChecksThis audit is reviewing how the state could improve background check procedures.
Highway TollingThis audit is examining the challenges launching all-electronic tolling on the SR 520 Bridge across Lake Washington.
Low Performing SchoolsEvaluating the state framework for helping low-performing schools improve.
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