This audit includes recommendations for more collaboration, which ultimately could save Ohio families money on tuition costs.
The findings, involving mostly credit card transactions and fees, included $2,609 against a former Pike County auditor and $2,580 against a former Pike County sheriff.
The AOS Special Investigations Unit would like to hear from people who paid for headstone footers/foundations at the cemetery in Quincy between 2015 and 2021.
Review of Ohio's College Credit Plus program offers suggestions to increase overall participation and provide more information to traditionally underserved students.
Audit finds more than 25 percent of Ohio claims paid last fiscal year were potentially overpayments or fraud; report cites pandemic-fueled joblessness, antiquated system.
Report suggests ways to improve Department of Natural Resources’ identification
and capping of abandoned oil and gas wells throughout Ohio.
For the 25th consecutive year, the AOS has earned the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence, the GFOA’s highest recognition for government accounting and reporting.
“It is also good to see the kind of fine-tooth-comb oversight
that can help Ohioans
feel a little more comfortable about how their money is being handled.”
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