The Public Accounts Committee has given a clean bill of health to the Tipperary Education and Training Board following an audit on their accounts.
They were one of 6 ETB’s who had failed to meet their financial reporting responsibilities and deadlines.
A document compiled by the Comptroller and Auditor General found that four ETB’s hadn’t produced audited accounts for 2015 by the end of August this year.
Tipperary ETB was given the all clear at yesterdays PAC hearing while others, such as Kildare and Wicklow were found to have serious issues with their accounts.
Deputy Jackie Cahill says being called before the PAC doesn’t shine a negative light on Tipperary