PIERRE — The Legislature’s Government Operations and Audit Committee will hold the fifth meeting of the 2019 interim on Aug. 22, 2019. The meeting will begin at 8 a.m. (CT) in Room 414 of the State Capitol in Pierre, with an additional digital data network location in Room FADM-145 at the Community College for Sioux Falls.

The Government Operations and Audit Committee, chaired by Sen. Ryan Maher (R-Isabel) with Vice Chair Rep. Sue Peterson (R-Sioux Falls), will review annual reports from the Obligation Recovery Center, the South Dakota High School Activities Association, the Department of Education Workforce Education Fund, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development Building South Dakota programs, and financial reports of the University Centers prepared by the Board of Regents. The Department of Education will discuss their sub-recipient monitoring procedures, as well as provide information on the status of the Project Aware Grant. The Bureau of Human Resources will provide the annual report of compiled authorizations to derive a direct benefit from contracts. The Governor’s Office of Economic Development will discuss performance management indicators.

The full agenda for the meeting is available on the LRC website at sdlegislature.gov. The meeting is open to the public.

In addition to Chair Sen. Maher and Vice Chair Rep. Sue Peterson, committee members include Sens. Justin Cronin (R-Gettysburg), Arthur Rusch (R-Vermillion), John Wiik (R-Big Stone City) and Susan Wismer (D-Britton); and Reps. Steven Haugaard (R-Sioux Falls), Chris Karr (R-Sioux Falls), Isaac Latterell (R-Tea) and Shawn Bordeaux (D-Mission).

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