The District of Columbia received a “clean” audit in its comprehensive annual financial report issued last week, marking the city’s 12th consecutive balanced budget, chief financial officer Natwar Gandhi said.

Still, auditors of the CAFR called the district’s financial management of public schools and the Office of Tax and Revenue a “significant deficiency,” which is an improvement from last year’s report, which called them “material weaknesses.” But management of the Medicaid program was again cited as a material weakness.

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