(a) Records.--In addition to the particular records and accounts specified elsewhere in this act,
the department, at all times during the effective period of this act, shall maintain
such additional records and accounts in such form and manner as will allow detailed
review, examination and audit, by the Auditor General, of all monetary transactions
pursuant to this act.
(b) Fiscal audits.--Within 120 days following June 30 of each of the fiscal years 1990 through 1994 and
the fiscal year in which the facility begins licensed operations, the department shall
furnish to each fund contributor three copies of a financial audit performed in accordance
with generally accepted auditing standards compatible with the most intensive current
practices of the Department of the Auditor General. Such audit shall be performed by the Department of the Auditor General.
(c) Expenses.--The department may withdraw from the fund such amounts as are reasonably necessary
and proper for reimbursement of audit costs.
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