Auditor Faber said the move means the AOS will pay lower rent and have more opportunities to engage with students and host larger meetings with clients.
On their lists: CARES Act guidance; police reform, state parks, tougher penalties for human traffickers & help for survivors; voting access, Family Forward, and more
HB 450, sponsored by Rep. Jason Stephens, R-Kitts Hill, is intended to facilitate a smooth transition between outgoing and incoming fiscal officers.
This page includes recommended practices and information from the Auditor of State to help local governments manage the financial effects caused by COVID-19.
Multiple glitches with the state’s computerized enrollment system potentially costs taxpayers up to $455 million in erroneous payments.
Keith Faber, who took office in January 2019, is dedicated to ensuring efficient, effective, and transparent government for the people of Ohio.