State Auditors Review Local Government Finances ~ Annapolis Capital Punishment

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

State Auditors Review Local Government Finances

"Audit finds deficits and financial problems at fewer local governments despite bad year" reads the headline in an article by Megan Poinski  who analyses the annual Maryland Office of Legislative Audits (OLA) report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009 in Of course, a lot can happen in a year..... but you can read her article at

Anne Arundel County but not Annapolis received some mention in the full report that may be found at:
OLA conducts audits and evaluations of Maryland State government agencies and local school systems. OLA is a unit within the Department of Legislative Services, which provides staff support for the Maryland General Assembly. On its website, you can find the following OLA publications:  Fiscal compliance audit reports issued for each State agency generally since 2002; Performance audit reports on selected State government programs; Reports on the financial management practices of the local school systems; and other publications, such as presentations made to legislative committees. You can also use this website to access the fraud hotline to report allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse of State government resources.

Fraud? Waste? Abuse?......hmmm......hmmmm....I'm thinking....

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