RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Virginia Commonwealth University says it's addressing problems found by a state audit.
The review by the Virginia Auditor of Public Accounts identified deficiencies in the university's informational technology systems and inventory oversight.
These deficiencies include a lack of established controls concerning access to payroll and personal information. It recommends a routine review of who can access sensitive information.
The audit also recommends tightening procedures for tracking equipment.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that the state auditor released the findings Monday.
The university says in responses to the audit that it has accepted the recommendations and is taking corrective actions.
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