CMU – Financial Management Breaches

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Auditor General's Findings

In December 2019, the Auditor General’s Department conducted a Special Audit of the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) for the period 2016-17 to 2018-19. A number of financial management concerns were raised by the Auditor General’s Department. Some of these included:

1. Bank accounts that were not approved by the Ministry of Finance,
2. Per diems paid out for individuals not employed to the CMU,
3. Funds being deposited directly to “off balance-sheet accounts”,
4. Canteen accounts were used for non-canteen related transactions, and
5. Bank withdrawals that the Auditor General was not able to determine the purpose of,

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Permanent Secretary (current): Maureen Dwyer

Breach Category: Resource Management

Permanent Secretary (at breach): Dean-Roy Bernard

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