The Internal Control program helps state agencies in identifying and assessing their internal financial controls to help ensure greater regulatory compliance and fiscal accountability.
Finance is modifying the Internal Control program, and Internal Control Questionnaires (ICQ’s) are not required to be submitted at this time.
Post-audits are conducted by sampling disbursement transactions from FINET, the state’s centralized accounting system, on a quarterly or semi-annual basis. The audits determine whether state agencies and their employees complied with state laws, rules, policies, and procedures.
Financial Reporting (financial statement preparers only)
Information Systems and Technology – Financial Systems and IT Group
Information Systems and Technology – Development, Implementation and Change
Information Systems and Technology – Security
Payroll and Personnel
Receivables – FINET System
Receivables – Non-FINET Systems
Systems Interfaces with FINET
Systems Interfaces with Payment Tracking System
Submission of the following documents to the Division of Finance is not required.
Federal Grants (control activities)
Federal Grants (control environment)
Federal Grants (information and communication)
Federal Grants (risk assessment and fraud)