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Title: OACR audit focus
Series Title: OACR audit focus
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Creator: Office of Audit & Compliance Review, University of Florida
Publisher: Office of Audit & Compliance Review
Publication Date: November 2002
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NUR ERENGUC, INSPECTOR GENERAL '~ UNIVERSITY OF
NOVEMBER 2002 FLORA



THE GENERAL NEWS

A quarterly newsletter from the Office of Inspector General


OIG welcomes new staff


Welcome new
staff


We are pleased to introduce Dwight Hulse and Al Moon, who join our office
as Anne Burt, Associate IG, becomes our full-time liaison to the university's
Enterprise Resource Planning team.


Highlights from
quarter:


Resticted


Technology
licensing


Fuel charges 2


Dwiqht Hulse


Al Moon


Dwight is an Arkansas CPA and holds
MBA and Masters in Public
Administration degrees. He has over
11 years experience in banking,
business consulting and auditing.


Al is a Florida CPA who began his
audit career with Ernst & Ernst. Al
brings over 14 years experience, in
various state agencies and at UF
through the Physical Plant Division.


Restricted Gifts


We recently audited 5 donor-
restricted endowments for com-
pliance with donor intent. Our audit
was at UF Foundation (UFF) request
as a complement to the fiscal 2001-
02 financial audit performed by
KPMG, UFF's external auditors.

We found that, in general, use of
these funds was adequately
controlled and in compliance with
donor restrictions. We addressed
fund-specific recommendations that
included managing use through UF


accounts unique to the funds once
transferred from UFF. We also
identified a general need for the
efficient monitoring of subsidiary
records when scholarship clearing
funds are used.

UFF has placed scholarship and
fellowship information on its
website in a format which may be
searched by college, name/ donor or
criteria for award. This is found at
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships
/ScholarshipListing.asp.


We're on the Web


See us at:


OIG. UFL.EDU








Office of Technology Licensing


University of Florida
Office of
Inspector General
341 Tigert Hall
PO Box 113025
Gainesville, FL 32611

Emone:
(34) 392-1391

Fax:
(352) 392-3149

E-Mail:
auditor@ufl.edu





Editor
Lori Christiansen
lchrist@ufl.edu


We completed an audit of the
technology transfer process at the
Office of Technology Licensing (OTL)
this quarter. We found OTL to be
effective in its role of helping to
commercialize university inventions.


UF Motor W4
Pool

The Motor Pool is to
be used for fuel, safety inspections
and repairs of campus vehicles.
Among other things, our recent audit
of Motor Pool operations included
comparing Motor Pool prices for its
fuel and other services to local
commercial alternatives. We also
reviewed customer satisfaction
survey responses from across
campus as part of this effort.

We concluded that the Motor Pool
provides consistent, and often
substantial, price value to its
university customers and observed
high general satisfaction from
customers in survey responses.


We remind you that policies and
disclosure forms, research and
patent guidelines, as well as other
information and entrepreneurial
resources are available through OTL
website at http://rgp.ufl.edu/otl/.


Voyager Gas
Cards


S -This quarter, we also
completed a special review
of misuse of a Voyager gas card. In
this situation, the card had been so
rarely used that its disappearance
went unnoticed as almost $9,000 in
unauthorized purchases were made.

Departments remain responsible for
charges on their cards through can-
cellation of the cards. We encourage
departments to account for their
active cards, cancel any unneeded
cards, and ensure that procedures
are in place to control access to the
cards and monitor charges,
including for personal charges that
should be funded by employees.


University of Florida
Office of Inspector General
341 Tigert Hall
PO Box 113025
Gainesville, FL 32611


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