An audit by the State Comptroller’s Office revealed the Canandaigua Central School District failed to ensure its facilities and transportation department’s goods and services were competitively paid for.
Both facilities and transportation departments are overseen by directors, who are ultimately responsible for purchasing, budgeting, and other financial aspects of operation.
Auditors found that between July 1st, 2020 and August 2nd, 2022 officials failed to adequately seek competitive bids for purchases totaling $172,760.
For its part, the Canandaigua Central School District generally agreed with the assessment and planned to correct.
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