- County Comptroller
- Field Audits
- 2016 Field Audits
2016 Field Audits
|12/12/2016 Final Review of Dover License Agreements (PDF)
Purpose: to review Dover's compliance with the terms of the licensing agreements
|10/17/2016 Final_Review of Armor Correctional Health Services (PDF)
Purpose: to review Armor’s compliance with the terms of their contract with the County for the provision of medical services at the Correctional Center; to perform a comparative review of the costs of services provided by Armor, and formerly by NHCC; to evaluate the quality of health care provided, based on New York State Commission of Correction inquiries.
|07/27/2016 Final_Armor Living Wage Review (PDF)
Purpose: to determine whether Armor was in compliance with the Living Wage Law ("Law") and the related rules for its employees. The review period was January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2015. Armor had 161 employees in 2014 and 166 employees in 2015 at the Nassau County Correctional Center infirmary.
|04/25/2016 Final NCPD Overtime Audit Report (PDF)
Purpose: to perform a comparative year to year analysis of NCPD overtime, including the precincts and employees with the largest amount of overtime; determine the reasons for overtime and the validity of the reasons; and analyze NCPD cost savings initiatives to manage overtime.
|03/29/2016 Final_DSS Child Support Bank Account Review (PDF)
Purpose: to ensure that the Department of Social Services (DSS) is fulfilling its fiduciary responsibilities over the collection and distribution of monies meant for the support of children; determine whether the DSS Support Collection Unit’s bank reconciliations are performed timely and accurately with adequate supervisory oversight; and to determine that DSS has adequate controls to safeguard against misuse or abuse of funds.
|01/16/2016 Final Limited Review of OHCD DSS Homeless Shelter Inspections (PDF)
Purpose: to determine if there were any outstanding safety issues with a particular homeless shelter under the jurisdiction of the Nassau County Office of Housing and Community Development and the Nassau County Department of Social Services.