These problems are similar to that of D.C.'s voucher school program and to what is a lack of oversight built into Utah's voucher bill.
- Inadequate separation of duties
- Centralized order and delivery for Title I purchases
- Inadequate approval and review of vendors
We are also concerned that important monitoring controls at Davis were ineffective or not implemented.
Now, to be fair, the Auditor General's report also says that Davis and Weber's problems are getting fixed (at least partially) and that they have problems worse than other Utah school districts. But when school district officials are siphoning off millions of dollars for personal use, that is hard to top.