Auditor Harmon Announces Time Change for Last Meeting of State Committee for School District AuditsFinal meeting for Fiscal Year 2020 now set for June 25
State Auditor Mike Harmon announced today, in accordance with Kentucky’s Open Meetings Law (KRS 61.820), a change for the final regular scheduled meeting of the State Committee for School District Audits, which is chaired by the State Auditor.
The meeting original scheduled for June 18, 2020, is now scheduled for June 25, 2020. The meeting will begin at 11 a.m. Eastern time at the Office of the Auditor of Public Accounts, 209 St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601.
Auditor Harmon Releases Second Volume of Annual Statewide Single Audit of the Commonwealth of KentuckyAudit identified two material weaknesses, nine significant deficiencies
Today, Auditor Mike Harmon released volume two of the annual Statewide Single Audit of the Commonwealth of Kentucky (SSWAK) for Fiscal Year 2019.
Kentucky spent over $12.6 billion in cash and noncash awards received from the federal government in Fiscal Year 2019, which is an increase of $152 million compared to federal funds spent by the Commonwealth during Fiscal Year 2018. The 2019 SSWAK Volume II identifies $201,452 in questioned costs.
Auditor Harmon Announces Change for March 26th Meeting of State Committee for School District AuditsChanges due to ongoing COVID-19 emergency in Kentucky
State Auditor Mike Harmon announced today, in accordance with Kentucky’s Open Meetings Law (KRS 61.820), changes to the scheduled March 26 meeting of the State Committee for School District Audits.
The meeting scheduled for March 26 is cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency in Kentucky. Because of the situation, under KRS 61.823, a special meeting of the State Committee for School District Audits will take place at 11 a.m. on March 26. The meeting will be conducted via teleconference in accordance with KRS 61.826.
Statement from Auditor Mike Harmon Regarding Response to COVID-19 by His Office
As we continue to make changes in state government due to the ongoing emergency caused by the COVID-19 virus in Kentucky, our priority is the health and safety of our employees and their families, those we deal with as we conduct audit work with state agencies and county governments, and the general public as a whole.