The Office of the Virgin Islands Inspector General released its report on the audit of the Donated Leave Program administered by the Department of Finance. Although in general the Program was administered in accordance with the provisions of the Virgin Islands Code, weaknesses were detailed in the report. We found that: (i) there were no written rules and regulations to be used as guidelines in interpreting the Program law; (ii) there was no definition of “catastrophic condition” to be used in determining eligibility of an applicant to be in the Program; (iii) the eligibility determination rested with one individual; and, (iv) confidential applicants’; records were not safeguarded from unauthorized access. The Commissioner of Finance did not respond to the recommendations made in the report. To view the report, click here.