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February 19, 2013
DALLAS -- The Dallas School District accepted the results of it 2011-12 fiscal year audit last week.
The district received a "qualified opinion," meaning no significant issues were found except that Dallas didn't have an actuarial valuation performed on its OPEB (Other Post-Employment Benefits) plan.
Previous to the audit, the Dallas School Board decided not to have the evaluation done -- which costs about $8,000. Superintendent Christy Perry said the board felt it wasn't worth the money when the district already knew the results and the financial impact of the analysis would be minimal.
"Other than that, (it was) a very nice audit, very clean," said Tami Montague, the district's business manager.