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Accounting and Auditing

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  • Kids of Character: Dylan Navarro

    Kids of Character: Dylan Navarro
    Dylan Navarro Age: 13 School: Driftwood Middle School Academy of Health and Wellness in Hollywood Grade: Eighth Hometown: Hollywood Trait: Citizenship As leader for both his school's energy reduction and recycling teams, Dylan is doing his...
  • Auditor general to investigate if Pa. is getting enough tax relief from gambling

     Auditor general to investigate if Pa. is getting enough tax relief from gambling
    The state auditor general's office will audit the operations of the gaming control board next year with an eye on whether the promises of jobs and property tax cuts from gambling revenues panned out, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said Tuesday. In an...
  • Corbett, Pa. legislature budgeted no money for governor transition

     Corbett, Pa. legislature budgeted no money for governor transition
    With some fanfare last week, Gov.-elect Tom Wolf announced taxpayers would not pay the costs of transitioning to his administration from Gov. Tom Corbett's. Instead, Wolf said, he would raise money for the transition through private donations (capped at...
  • GOP Seeks Probe Of Merrill In Licensing Of Official Who Didn't Disclose Drug-Felony Record

    GOP Seeks Probe Of Merrill In Licensing Of Official Who Didn't Disclose Drug-Felony Record
    Secretary of the State Denise Merrill said in November that there was no "political angle" to her office's 2011 decision to let a Bridgeport Democratic Party leader continue as a notary public despite his failure to list criminal drug convictions on his...
  • Pa. auditor general says Wolf's contributions won't affect audits

     Pa. auditor general says Wolf's contributions won't affect audits
    Gov.-elect Tom Wolf contributed almost $50,000 to Eugene DePasquale's election campaigns over the years, but the state auditor general promised that will not affect the way he audits the Wolf administration. "No, absolutely not," DePasquale told The...
  • Foster care agency directors charged with embezzlement

    Foster care agency directors charged with embezzlement
    A husband and wife have been charged with embezzling more than $460,000 from a taxpayer-funded nonprofit agency hired by Los Angeles County to help abused and neglected foster children, the district attorney's office announced Thursday. The couple,...
  • Pennsylvania House and Senate spending expenses revealed

    Pennsylvania House and Senate spending expenses revealed
    After being elected to Lehigh County Court in November 2011, Doug Reichley resigned from his job as a Republican state representative. But, unbeknownst to Reichley, his old employer — the Pennsylvania House of Representatives — kept his...
  • Oversight of student records program 'grossly inadequate,' audit finds

    Oversight of student records program 'grossly inadequate,' audit finds
    An investigation into the rollout of a new online student records system by the Los Angeles Unified School District found that management of the project was "grossly inadequate." The system, known as My Integrated Student Information System, or MISIS,...
  • Sunrise Police penalized by feds over drug stings

    Sunrise Police penalized by feds over drug stings
    Sunrise Police improperly farmed out nearly $375,000 worth of legal work to a private law firm to process millions of dollars seized from drug dealers, according to a federal audit released Thursday. Sunrise will have to refund the money to the U.S....
  • Metrolink auditor probing irregularities at railroad is put on leave

    Metrolink auditor probing irregularities at railroad is put on leave
    Metrolink's chief auditor, who was probing financial and management irregularities at the six-county commuter railroad, has been placed on leave by the board of directors, an action that could prompt her resignation. In a sign of continuing problems...
  • CEDA audit leaves Head Start program in a bind

    CEDA audit leaves Head Start program in a bind
    Instruction at La Grange Area Head Start usually begins in September, but due to difficulties securing funding, dozens of low-income children have yet to attend any school this year. The Community and Economic Development Association of Cook County, one...