Pima Community College’s Governing Board is forming a new citizens’ committee to help it oversee College financial policies and procedures.
At its Regular Meeting last night, the Governing Board unanimously approved creation of a seven-person Finance and Audit Committee to help it assure the integrity of PCC financial information, audits, internal monitoring, and investment policies and performance.
The committee will comprise five community representatives and two Governing Board members. PCC’s chief financial officer will serve as an ex officio member and will provide the committee with staff support.
Interested individuals with a professional knowledge of finance, auditing, accounting and/or investments should submit a cover letter and résumé by Dec. 13 to email@example.com.
The committee will convene at least four times a year in public meetings and will report at regular Board meetings twice a year. Information about the committee, including minutes, agendas and briefing materials, will be part of a new page on the PCC website.