Diana Boyd DeWitt has been appointed chairwoman of MACPA’s Technology Committee. A member for eight years, DeWitt’s responsibilities as chairwoman include coordinating an annual conference and overseeing forums throughout the year. DeWitt is a manager in the audit and accounting ...Read More »
A moratorium on placing liens on city houses solely for unpaid water or sewer charges will be introduced Monday night at the Baltimore City Council following a scathing audit that showed widespread problems in the city’s billing system. City Council ...Read More »
Baltimore’s top information technology official has resigned after an audit detailed alleged ethical violations he committed while working for New York state government. The audit says Rico Singleton negotiated a job for his girlfriend and interviewed for a job himself ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Legislation that would strip state agencies of a portion of their budget should they have repeat audit findings would add teeth to such legislative audits, the bill’s sponsor said Tuesday. If passed, the state could realize significant savings ...
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ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Transit Administration spent hundreds of millions of dollars without verifying bills and had little control over payroll, according to a report published Friday by the Office of Legislative Audits. The agency also did not have any ...Read More »
Grand Prix group picked The managers of Downforce Racing LLC, the group chosen to run the Baltimore Grand Prix for the next five years, say this year’s race will be better than last year’s, the first, for which debts exist. The ...
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ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland audit has found that prison inmates had access to personal information such as social security numbers while working for Maryland Correctional Enterprises. The audit released Tuesday focused on a program that provides work experience for inmates, ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A recent federal audit says Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources is threatening the public’s safety because of improper tracking of weapons used for hunter education. The audit by the U.S. Department of the Interior released last month found ...Read More »
The state could save millions of dollars by comparing the list of people receiving Medicaid with the Social Security Administration’s Master Death File, according to a report from the Office of Legislative Audits. The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene ...Read More »
The Maryland Port Administration showed “significant deficiencies” in its oversight of more than $60 million in revenue and $15.3 million in payments in fiscal 2010, state watchdogs said in an audit released Monday. The issues raised “could adversely affect MPA’s ...Read More »