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A motion by Supervisors Michael D. Antonovich and Mark Ridley-Thomas directs the Chief Information Officer and the County Counsel to determine the technological and legislative changes required before the Board of Supervisors can direct the adoption of recommendations suggested in the Auditor-Controller’s management audit.
“To restore integrity and the public’s trust, the audit found that the assessor’s office requires comprehensive reforms in policies and procedures,” said Antonovich. “This report will give us information on what is required before the recommendations can be adopted.”
Along with a County Counsel report back to the Board on any ordinance or legislative changes that would be required to implement the recommendations, the motion also includes a report back to the Board of Supervisors by the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Information Officer on any budgetary or technological changes that would be required to implement the Auditor’s recommendations.