The Bureau of Auditing (Bureau) performs audits in accordance with Section 17.03, Florida Statutes. This statute relates to the Chief Financial Officer's (CFO) responsibilities to settle the claims of the state using various methods. The Bureau also audits pursuant to the requirements of Section 215.971, Florida Statutes, for grant agreements funded with Federal and State monies. Audits on contractual services agreements are audited pursuant to Section 287.057(14), Florida Statutes and Section 287.058(1), Florida Statutes. The CFO also issues memorandums that also provide additional audit requirements.
The Bureau reviews contracts and grants valued at $1 million or more. The Bureau's review involves evaluation to determine the following:
|Fiscal Year||Number of Contracts Reviewed||Number of Contracts with Deficiencies||Contract Deficiencies Error Rate|
|2010 - 2011||445||157||35%|
|2011 - 2012||600||276||46%|
|2012 - 2013||898||494||55%|
*Year to date data - 07/01/2018 to 12/31/2018
The Bureau reviews settlements that are obligations of the State or agency to expend state funds in order to discharge a debt due a person, entity or group of persons when the amount owed is in dispute, including but not limited to the following examples of disputes:
The Contract Management Review Team within the Bureau of Auditing, as authorized by Sections 17.03, 215.971(3), and 287.136, Florida Statutes, audits State agencies to evaluate whether management has established and implemented contract deliverables monitoring processes that promote an appropriate level of oversight and control over the accomplishment and receipt of significant deliverables and the authorization of payments for invoiced deliverables. The audits result in a written report to the State agency, with the agency providing a response and a corrective action plan to address the reported findings and recommendations.
|Report No.||Date||State Agency|
|2018-01||August 13, 2018||Department of Health|
For Agency Contract/Grant Management Reviews completed prior to June 30, 2017, please click here.