A state report on the death of a 2-year-old girl in foster care says the Department of Children and Families failed to properly assess the foster mother and evaluate risks to children in her care.

Gov. Charlie Baker and DCF officials were briefing reporters on the investigation Thursday following the DCF report. They said corrective actions have been ordered.

Authorities have said Avalena Conway-Coxon and an unidentified second girl, also about 2, were found unresponsive Aug. 15 at an Auburn apartment complex 45 miles west of Boston after their foster mother called 911.

The second child survived in critical condition.

Police have not disclosed the cause of death. The DCF says medical findings suggest the children suffered heat stroke.

No charges have been filed.