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Follow-Up Report & Documentation (March 15, 2012)

PCCD March 15, 2012 Follow-Up Report

Berkeley -Midterm Report -March-15-2012

College of Alameda Midterm Report – March 15 2012

Laney College – Midterm Report – March 15 2012

Merritt-Midterm-Report-March-15-2012

 

Links to Documentation

  

Commission Recommendation 1:

The District has identified several options to address the OPEB liability without stating which option it intends to pursue.  In accordance with Standard III.D.1, b and c, and Eligibility Requirement #17, the District needs to identify the amount of obligation that currently exists as a result of the activities related to the OPEB loss and establish a plan and timeline that reflects how the District will pay off any liability that may have resulted from the OPEB bonds.

 

 

Commission Recommendation 2:

In accordance with Standard III.D.2.a, c, and g and Eligibility Requirement #18, the District needs to resolve outstanding audit findings identified in the Department of Education letter dated May 20, 2011 referring to Audit Control Number (CAN) 09-2009-10795.  That letter identifies the findings for each of the four colleges as those findings relate to Department of Education areas of funded programs including Title IV and Financial Aid.  Additionally, the District should resolve all audit findings in the Vavrinck, Trine, Day, & Co. LLP, Certified Public Accountants’ audit reports for years 2008, 2009, and future audit reports issued after the date of this recommendation.

 

 

Commission Recommendation 3:

While evidence identifies progress, the District has not achieved compliance with Standard III.D and Eligibility Requirement #17.  Specifically, the District has not achieved a long-term fiscal stability related to resolution of collective bargaining agreements on compensation and post-retirement benefits.  Therefore, in order to meet the Standards and the Eligibility Requirements, the District must assess its fiscal capacity and stability and implement actions to resolve the deficiencies.

 

 

Commission Recommendation 4:

While evidence identifies progress, the District has not achieved compliance with Standard IV.B and Eligibility Requirement #3.  Specifically, the District has not completed the evaluation of Board policies to the end of maintaining policies that are appropriate to policy governance and excluding policies that inappropriately reflect administrative operations.  Therefore, in order to meet Standards and Eligibility Requirements, the District must evaluate all Board policies and implement actions to resolve deficiencies

 

 

Commission Recommendation 5:

While evidence identifies progress, the District/Colleges have not achieved compliance with Standard III.D and Eligibility Requirements #5 and #17.  Specifically the District/Colleges do not demonstrate the fiscal capacity to adequately support quality student learning programs and services.  Therefore, in order to meet Standards and Eligibility Requirements, the District/Colleges must evaluate the impact of financial decisions on the educational quality and implement actions to resolve any deficiencies.

 

 

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