Audit Finds Big Problems In Grundy County

grundy_countyAn audit by the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury says there are still problems in Grundy County.
The annual audit resulted in 14 findings, 10 of which were also identified in last year’s audit report.
The highway superintendent’s office and the director of schools’ office were once again the source of numerous deficiencies and weaknesses, according to a news release from the State Comptroller.
Problems noted in the audit included non-compliant purchasing procedures in several departments, inadequate segregation of financial duties, poor record-keeping and failure to follow policies.
Grundy County created an Audit Committee in May of 2013, however there were no minutes to document that this committee has ever met or conducted any business.