NYS audit of Glen Cove City School District finds deficiencies in IT procedures

NYS Comptroller DiNapoli has released the state’s audit of the Glen Cove City School District . The audit concerned portable electronic devices.

Key findings from the audit:

  • There was no written policy for notifying the IT office of new hires, keeping track of equipment assigned to employees and collecting equipment when an employee leaves District employment.
  • The District’s inventory of portable electronic devices lacked key information, such as date inventoried and purchased, and did not show all devices assigned to employees.
  • One Board member had a prohibited interest in District contracts because he owned a business from which the District purchased awards for student athletes.

Read the full audit report here (pdf).

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