DUVAL COUNTY, Fla. -- An audit done by the State of Florida for Duval County Schools revealed a couple of issues.
Two findings include:
Finding 2: Required background screenings were not always performed for applicable instructional and noninstructional employees, contractor workers, or charter school board members.
Finding 10: District security controls related to user authentication and monitoring of application activity need improvement to ensure the continued confidentiality, integrity, and availability of District data and IT resources. Similar findings were noted in our report No. 2014-076.
The response from the Duval County School Board can be seen farther down in the document.
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