Progress Report: Indian River County School District Has Implemented the Best Practices and Is Eligible For the State Seal
Report 05-48, October 2005
- On September 23, 2003, the Indian River County School Board agreed by a unanimous vote to institute the action plans in the Best Financial Management Practices Review (OPPAGA Report No. 03-44). OPPAGA developed these action plans to help the district implement the best practices and become eligible to receive the Seal of Best Financial Management from the State Board of Education.
- As of June 2005, the district had fully implemented 10 of the 11 action plans contained in the OPPAGA report and had substantially implemented the remaining action plan. As a result, the district has put systems in place that should help it to significantly improve its management practices and increase its efficiency and effectiveness.
- To continue to improve, the district should monitor certain recently implemented processes, including its risk management system and the post-occupancy evaluations of major construction projects.
- OPPAGA recommends that the State Board of Education award the Seal of Best Financial Management to the Indian River County School District.
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