PUD receives 14th consecutive clean audit

The Grays Harbor PUD has continued its run of clean audits.

An examination by the Washington State has produced a 14th consecutive clean audit for the Grays Harbor PUD.

PUD Commission Board President Russ Skolrood congratulated Chief Financial Officer Doug Streeter on his work with the finances.

In the Exit Conference held on Monday, representatives of the Washington State Auditors office reported that the “District’s internal controls were adequate to safeguard public assets.” The report also found that the District has complied with state laws and regulations and its own policies and procedures.

“This report is the result of the excellent work of every person who works for the Grays Harbor PUD,” said Commission Board President Russ Skolrood. “Our customers expect and deserve a well run and responsible Public Utility District and this report is evidence that we continue to provide that to them.”

The PUD is audited by the state annually. The 2014 examination covered Jan. 1, 2013 to Dec. 31, 2013.

The audit report also credited the PUD for its record of clean audit reports, saying “they reflect the District’s commitment to maintain a strong financial system with sufficient internal controls.”




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