To ensure that it strengthens internal policies and controls over pilot rates and its finances, the board should develop procedures to separately track expenditures relevant to the operations, training, and continuing education surcharges.
The board reported that a new accounting system is in place. Representatives of the California Highway Patrol—who provide administrative services to the board—addressed the board in September 2010 and confirmed the new system was in place and would reliably track transactions involving the board’s operations, trainee training, and continuing education surcharges. (See 2011-406, p. 102)
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*Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.