About the Workshop
We are now into the fourth year of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and local educational agencies (LEAs) are in the third year of the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). High expectations and accountability are paramount under the LCFF, so how do you determine the impact on the operations of the LEA related to the annual audit? A finding of noncompliance can result in an LEA losing a significant amount of revenue. Knowledge and preparation could be the key to resolving issues early. This workshop incorporates need to know, up to date information on all of these changes, and sound advice on internal controls and fraud prevention.
Every year the Audit Regulations (Regulations) are updated to add new programs based on newly enacted legislation or audit findings identified through the submission of audit reports to the State Controller’s Office.
The Audit Challenge Workshop will provide business administrators and staff with information and best practices to manage their annual audits easily and successfully. We will include up to date information on all of the changes for the current 2016 17 Regulations and the proposed changes for 2017 18 Regulations. Audit preparation tips and potential compliance traps will be shared in areas that include:
The Audit Challenge Workshop will assist with preparation and management of information throughout the audit process by:
Who Should Attend?
This workshop will be most beneficial for anyone involved in the audit process, including, but not limited to, assistant superintendents for business, fiscal services directors, program administrators, and school district auditors.
Dates and Locations
April 04, 2017 Orange County Department of Education April 20, 2017 Santa Clara County Office of Education April 21, 2017 Fresno County Office of Education