Harold Richardson reports that the committee received two reports from internal audit firm. The first report had to do with events and their planning and execution. The major finding: No consistency in planning and performance of them. There is both centralized and decentralized planning. Staff basically agreed with the recommendations and agreed to implement them. They agreed to work to bring these about in steps.
Second report was a little more technical and dealt with database administration. Part of the problem was the input not being monitored. Looking at installing a new system. The responses of management not necessarily positive that we would do this right away. Committee instructed staff to implement them as soon as possible.
An internal audit is never popular with an organization’s staff; however, the internal auditors said they had very good cooperation from the BGCT staff.