Read the full report: First audit report on Multnomah County's response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Learn about the objectives, scope and methodology for the first audit of Multnomah County's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We conducted this survey to provide an opportunity for employees to communicate their experiences during the pandemic.
These are the auditors who contributed to the first audit of Multnomah County's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Joint Office responded quickly by adding shelter sites to allow for physical distancing, but faces challenges going forward.
Management responded rapidly by updating policies and practices, but use of face coverings still needs to be consistently enforced.
Sheriff's Office worked with the Health Department on policies and process, but compliance with policies is an ongoing challenge.
Significant efforts have been made to ensure vital services can continue safely during the pandemic, with areas for improvement.
Guidance to departments and employees: Guidance is thorough; employees report implementation gaps.
Changes to county buildings: Physical changes are ongoing; attention and care are needed to ensure cleaning and disinfecting, and supply availability.