Wasco County To Institute Financial Procedure Changes

Wasco County Commissioners have told Chief Administrative Officer Tyler Stone to institute changes to financial processes found in an independent audit.  The auditing firm of Pauly, Rogers, and Co. gave their report to Commissioners this week, noting material weaknesses in internal control for bank and tax deposit reconciliations and month-end closings.  Commissioner Scott Hege says the report identified work that wasn’t being completed, noting issues related to policies, with the primary goal to ensure solid and reliable financial records.  Hege noted auditors did not find any money missing from county accounts, but their report pointed out better practices were needed to ensure County Commissioners and department heads receive accurate and timely financial information for operations, decision making, and managing the budget.

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