I am gravely disappointed in the Board response to the State Audit.
Mostly what I have seen so far is a lot of high-sounding language and lot of meaningless activity. Rather than accepting any oversight responsibility, the Board has just added a couple of tasks to the staff's to do list and called it good.
One of the most frustrating elements of the Board response is their insularity. They have built Audit Response Teams out of the very same people who didn't see anything wrong with their processes and practices before the audit (and probably still don't). They need to include on those teams some of the people who were telling them - at the time - that their oversight was inadequate. The people they have chose to fix the system are the very same people who denied that it was broken.