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Record-keeping biggest concern for Maryland State Police following audit (access required)

Bookkeeping errors by the Maryland State Police contributed to what looked to be questionable spending and inaccurate handgun records, according to an audit released Tuesday. The audit found the department had been lumping together expenditures in its state accounting records ...

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Audit faults Maryland Port Authority on collections, fraud control (access required)

The Maryland Port Authority failed to use a common fraud-fighting practice for several years and did not always refer delinquent accounts for collection, resulting in one tenant racking up nearly $1 million in back rent and penalties, a state legislative audit report found.

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State audit: Disabilities group still must verify

(AP) Maryland auditors have found the state’s Developmental Disabilities Administration has not substantially addressed a previous finding that it does not have procedures to verify consumers received services from providers as stipulated. The Office of Legislative Audits released a follow-up ...

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Audit finds fault with Baltimore clerk of court’s office (access required)

A state audit has found more than $12 million in criminal fees has gone uncollected by the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court for Baltimore City — including more than $7.8 million highlighted in an audit released three years ago — and that the office also has inadequate controls over the collection of fees in civil cases.

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