Last year, the Colegio de Bahillleres in San Luis Potosí (cobach) did not clearly establish the destination of 16.8 million pesos of his income, in addition to allocating another 11.9 million pesos in labor benefits for managers, without permission from his Board of Directors. In general, the State Superior Audit Institute (IFSE) detected anomalies of 28.8 million pesos in the public account of that educational institution.
The above is according to the final report of the financial and compliance audit AEFPO-11-PARFIP-2022 made by the IFSE to the 2022 public account of the system Cobach.
The largest observation amounts to 16 million 802 thousand 599 pesos and corresponds to the own resources generated by the agency “where the audited entity does not confirm the destination of resource expenditures.”
On the other hand, when examining the section on incentives for executives, the IFSE noted the delivery of 11 million, 933 thousand, 612 pesos for compensation, a semi-annual bonus, and other incentives to executives where there is no evidence showing that they were authorized by the Board of Directors or justifications for the basis and form of payment used.
The beneficiaries would be the management staff and middle managers from the central offices of the college.
In justifications, Cobach points out that this is something that is built into the budget of spending and consists of maintaining the current conditions.
The general observation was completed with one for 119,699 pesos for the contribution to the savings fund for non-unionized workers, since the benefit is exclusive to unionized personnel.