The District's Audit Response web page has been uploaded. It stinks.
On the good side, it has links to the relevent documents, starting with the audits. It also has links to a Board presentation on the audit response, the Board resolution regarding the audit response, a link to the minutes of the Board Audit and Finance Committee and... [drum roll]... The District's Audit Response Log, which will, purportedly, be updated regularly as it documents the District's progress in resolving each issue.
This is the real meat of the deal.
This one, on page 6, is my favorite:
Condition: AE3.1 Superintendent did not disclose financial relationship with vendor
Response: The Superintendent has publicly disclosed all applicable relationships. (October 2009)
It is my favorite because it is WRONG. The disclosure document that the superintendent provided to the Board was not complete. It did not disclose all of her positions on boards of non-profits as she affirmed it did. It did not disclose her seat on the board of the Alliance for Education.
Here's what's missing from this web page - any kind of community engagement.