Use the tabs below to request a FCMAT review for your county or district.
FCMAT may be invited into a county office of education, school district, charter school or community
college to provide management assistance related to the fiscal health of the LEA.
When a request or assignment is received, FCMAT works closely with the LEA to define the scope of
work, assemble a team, conduct on-site fieldwork and provide a written report with findings and
recommendations to help identify and resolve issues, overcome challenges and plan for the future.
To request management assistance, enter the LEAs contact information and a description of what
management assistance your LEA is requesting. Then, select the area(s) to be reviewed from the list
FCMAT's professional learning services support FCMAT's mission to help LEAs identify, prevent and
resolve financial, operational and data management challenges and help build capacity in school
FCMAT strives to accommodate requests for workshops. However, topics that are in high demand may be
offered only regionally. ASB and booster club workshops are limited to one presentation within a
To request a professional learning engagement, enter the LEAs contact information and a description of
the workshop your LEA is requesting. Then, select the area(s) to be reviewed from the list provided.
Per Education Code 1241.5(b), the county superintendent may review or audit the expenditures and
internal controls of any school district or charter school in the county if there is reason to believe
that fraud, misappropriation of funds, or other illegal fiscal practices have occurred. The county
superintendent may request FCMAT perform an extraordinary audit on its behalf.
When a request is received, FCMAT works closely with the county to define the scope of work and
assemble a team. It then works closely with the county and LEA to conduct on-site fieldwork and a
written report with findings and recommendations.
To request an extraordinary audit, enter the county's contact information and a description of the
reason that it is believed fraud, misappropriation of funds, or other illegal fiscal practices have
occurred that merit examination.