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West Virginia Legislative Auditor's Office - Performance Evaluation & Research Division

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Year Description Full Report
2021 09/13/2021 Purchasing Division - Report Summary
To address an accounting firm’s costly errors, the Department of Administration imposed requirements on state agencies contracting accounting firms that restrict trade and do not address the issue of competency
PE 21-08-642
2021 09/13/2021 Board of Licensed Dietitians - Report Summary
The Legislature should consider eliminating the Board of Licensed Dietitians because it substantially duplicates the national commission on dietetic registration, and title protection can be provided statutorily.
PE 21-07-641
2021 06/08/2021 Nursing Home Administrators Licensing Board - Report Summary
The Board in necessary to protect the public but could be placed within a multi-professional licensing agency.
PE 21-06-640
2021 06/08/2021 Hearing Aid Dealers and Fitters, Board of - Report Summary
Licensure of Hearing Aid Dealers is needed, but could be administered by the Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
PE 21-05-639
2021 06/08/2021 Transportation, Department of - Letter Report - Report Summary
The Legislature should consider eliminating the dual-title provision since it results in two people carrying out the duties of the secretary and commissioner, and at salaries that are significantly above statutory salaries.
PE 21-04-638
2021 06/08/2021 Social Work Examiners, Board of - Letter Report - Report Summary
It is the Legislative Auditor’s opinion that those individuals who have completed the four-year social work training program designed by DHHR should be eligible to take the social work national exam within their college education level.
PE 21-03-637
2021 06/08/2021 Child Protective Services, Bureau for Children and Families - Report Summary
The Bureau allocates positions for Child Protective Services workers based mainly on caseload data; However, incorporating child population and poverty rates in the allocaton process should be considered.
PE 21-02-636
2021 06/08/2021 Board of Examiners in Counseling - Report Summary
The Board complies with most of the general provisions of Chapter 30 of the W.Va. Code: However, improvement is needed.
PE 21-01-635

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