A new round of municipal audits from the state comptroller’s office were released yesterday and included both the Deruyter and Moravia Central School Districts.
The Deruyter CSD report analyzed whether district officials ensured students’ personal, private and sensitive information (PPSI) was adequately protected from unauthorized access, use and loss.
Among other findings, the comptroller says sensitive IT control weaknesses were communicated confidentially to officials. (Click here to see the full report)
As for the report in Moravia, that was done to determine whether District officials adequately safeguarded and accounted for fuel purchases and found their fueling area and tanks lacked adequate physical controls to safeguard fuel inventory.
Among its conclusions, the report found the Transportation Supervisor did not perform fuel reconciliations or stick-measured readings to ensure deliveries were accurate, resulting in more than $8,000 in fuel that’s unaccounted for. (Click here to see the full report)