The Office of the Virgin Islands Inspector General released its report on the Department of Education’s use of the Education Initiative Fund. The audit found that in general the various schools were using the Fund in accordance with prescribed regulations. It was also found that funds were not getting to the schools on a timely basis. In addition, Education was not allocating funds to the schools in accordance with the formula established by the Virgin Islands Code. Six recommendations were made in the report. To view the report, click here.
The Office of the Virgin Islands Inspector General released its report on the use of Y2K funds by the Virgin Islands Government. The audit found that although positive steps were taken in improving the Government’s computer operations, significant weaknesses in planning, procurement, monitoring and inventory were also identified. Ten recommendations were made in the report. To view the report, click here.
Virgin Islands Inspector General Steven van Beverhoudt announces the release of the Fiscal Year 2003 Audit Plan. Although the plan is ambitious, numerous Virgin Islands Government programs have been scheduled to be audited for the first time in the up coming fiscal year. To see the plan, please click here.