E-Learning Jamaica: 447 items valued at US$344,000 stolen, with no reports to authorities.

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Auditor General's Findings

Internal audit report dated July 3, 2014 for period April 2012 to September 2013 revealed that 447 items costing approximately US$344,393.34 were stolen as at September 2013.

In addition, E-Learning Jamaica breached the Ministry of Finance’s circular which indicated that these missing items should be reported to the Auditor General’s Department and the Ministry of Finance & Planning.

Permanent Secretary (current): Carol Palmer

Permanent Secretary (at breach): Hillary Alexander

Breach Category: Resource Management

Breach Type: Misuse of Assets

  • Breach Details
  • Articles & Reports
  • Accountable Officers
  • Calls To Action

Status: Non-Compliance

Year Reported: 2014

Last Assessed: July 17, 2016

Year Resolved:

RECOMMENDATION

E-Learning and the Ministry of Education (MOE) should develop a standard procedure for safeguarding the equipment and outline the possible sanctions to be imposed for loss resulting from negligence.

JAMP UPDATE

No information has been provided to date.

Permanent Secretary Mrs. Carol Palmer CD, JP 876-929-8990
Managing Director E-Learning Jamaica Ltd Keith Smith

No Calls To Action are currently associated with this breach.

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