Med-Act Transition Audit
This performance audit focused on management practices in the areas of fee setting, billing, fleet management, consumable medical supply inventories, controlled substances, equipment inventories, and performance management. We’ve offered recommendations to improve Med-Act operations. We also included a review of funding for the interlocal agreements supporting the Medical Director’s program.
Johnson County Sheriff's Office Revenue Audit
We audited the cash handling, collection and deposit activities, accounts receivable management and other revenue related functions of the Johnson County Sheriff's office. These functions were audited separately from the 2017 Johnson County Sheriff's Office Transition Audit due to the complexity and scope of review.
Leadership Business Expense Authorization
We performed a limited scope audit of County leaderships’ P-Card and business expense reimbursements to determine if they were reviewed and authorized by the appropriate individual as defined in County guidance. We found most of the department and agency directors, elected and appointed officials and other County officials were compliant with County guidelines.
Review of the District Coroner's Administrative Activies
At the request of the Director, Health and Environment (DHE), we reviewed the District Coroner’s Cremation Permit Fee Program implementation to advise her of any major control and/or financial risk that may need to be addressed upon the District Coroner’s Office transitioning from the Sheriff’s Office to DHE. The review was further expanded to include contracting and other administrative activities.
Report No. 2014-01 (Revised), Review of Johnson County's Sheriff's Office
At the request of the Johnson County Board of County Commissioners and approval by the Johnson County Sheriff, Audit Services conducted a performance audit in the Sheriff's Office in three specific areas. Audit results and recommendations will improve the efficiency and effectiveness in law enforcement programs and services.
Report No. 2014-04, Johnson County Mental Health Center Review - Phase I
At the request of the County Manager and approval by the Board of County Commissioners, Audit Services conducted a review and audit of the Johnson County Mental Health Center. Audit recommendations will strengthen internal controls and improve operational effectiveness.
Report No. 2014-03, Public Safety Sales Tax I & II
The objective of our review was to identify eligible departments and public safety initiatives receiving revenue generated from Public Safety Sales Tax I and II. Our examination was limited to financial activity occurring during fiscal years 2012 & 2013.
Report No. 2014-02, Johnson County Corrections Adult Programs
The purpose of the audit was to determine if procedural guidance was being followed when managing adult programs. We found Corrections' adult programs and operations to be well managed. We observed areas within case management that, if strengthened, would provide greater assurances to leadership that case management was compliant and policies and procedures were being consistently performed.
County Auditor's Annual Report 2013
Johnson County Wastewater (JCW) Management Audit
Our audit identified opportunities for Johnson County Wastewater to improve operational and financial performance.
Johnson County Wastewater's Sanitary Sewer Connection Process
Our audit identified opportunities for Johnson County Wastewater to streamline and improve the residential and commercial sewer connection permit process.
Strahm Automation & Mailing Print/Mail Agreement
Our audit identified concerns with a term & supply contract used to print and mail customer invoices and delinquent notices.
Child Care Licensing Program
This audit reviewed management practices of the Child Care Licensing Program and the status after implementation of Lexie's Law. The audit reviewed program practices for compliance with laws, rules, and regulations, as well as, the contract with the State of Kansas Department of Health and Environment for inspecting licensed child care facilities and homes. The audit identified where resources could be used more effectively.
County Auditor's Annual Report 2012
We provide the BOCC, through oversight and review of County programs and performance, assurance that county services are provided the most cost effective and efficient way, and that government is accountable in its stewardship of the public trust. We seek to accomplish our mission by evaluating department and program performance and identifying recommendations to assist the activities of the County to be more efficient and effective.
Management of IT (Hardware) Resources
Our audit identified opportunities for the County to manage information technology (IT) hardware and resources more efficiently and effectively. Further, it recommended the County adopt an IT governance structure to ensure investments in IT are aligned with the County's strategic objectives.