ANNAPOLIS — An audit has found a state agency could be doing more to maximize child support payments from noncustodial parents. The audit by the Maryland Department of Legislative Services released Monday examines the Maryland Department of Human Services’ Child ...Read More »
The state health department has continued to fail to control issuance of birth certificates, leading to potential fraud, auditors have found — an ongoing problem they had identified a dozen years ago. The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has ...Read More »
ROCKVILLE — A judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a conservative foundation against Montgomery College in Maryland over a school policy it said illegally offered reduced tuition to illegal immigrants. A Montgomery County judge ruled Thursday that the plaintiff ...Read More »
Federal impasse stalls BWI work A party-line stalemate in Congress over reauthorizing funding of the Federal Aviation Administration has halted $681 million worth of construction projects, including a new radar system for Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Currie awaits ruling The ...
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State auditors criticized the University of Baltimore for lax financial controls and spotty student record keeping. The audit, released by the Department of Legislative Services on Monday, raised issues with grade changes, unpaid student bills and the potential for mismanagement ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley said Wednesday his administration will move quickly to discipline personnel who commit serious ethical lapses in the state procurement process in the aftermath of a highly critical audit of the Maryland State Highway Administration. O’Malley, ...
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Maryland auditors will expand their review of State Highway Administration spending after an initial report revealed a range of ethical, and potentially legal, issues with the way contracts worth more than $30 million were awarded. The audit found the SHA ...Read More »
A state audit has found “significant” accounting deficiencies in the Baltimore City Circuit Court clerk’s office, including a failure to collect nearly $8 million in outstanding criminal fees and to verify that more than $34.3 million in civil fees had ...Read More »
The Maryland Transit Administration reported to federal officials carrying 18 million more bus riders than it did when submitting ridership data to the state in fiscal 2009. That discrepancy is revealed in a new state audit by the Department of ...Read More »
Whether it’s convincing sports equipment companies to donate gear for city T-ball teams, posting a corporate logo on municipal vehicles, or selling naming rights to city parks or City Hall, Baltimore is hoping partnering with businesses will help the city ...Read More »