From a Sno-Isle Libraries news release.
The streak is alive.
Sno-Isle Libraries received clean audit reports from the Washington State Auditor’s Office in February 2017. The audits extend the library district’s record of state audits with no findings to 30 years in a row.
“We take seriously the responsibility of being accountable for the public funds entrusted to Sno-Isle Libraries,” Executive Director Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory said. “I want to note the leadership of Gary Sitzman, our administrative services director. Results like this show a commitment throughout the organization.”
Neither of these latest reports includes any findings, which means the Washington State Auditor’s Office could find no faults in either audit.
Accountability audits focus on internal controls that ensure compliance and safeguarding of public resources.
Financial statements audits look at the processes in place that allow the library district to accurately monitor finances.
“We are committed to this high level of accountability for the public’s resources,” Sitzman said. “The current audit results and 30-year milestone reflect the continued efforts of dedicated staff focused on serving the public.”
About Sno-Isle Libraries
Sno-Isle Libraries serves 728,745 residents in Snohomish and Island counties through 21 community libraries, online services and Library on Wheels.