A state review of University City made public today gives the municipality a "C" when it comes to its management practices.
The report by Missouri auditor Tom Schweich, which covered June 2009 to June 2010, found several instances where the city failed to follow best practices. For example:
An audit released today finds that several state agencies in Missouri have not adequately kept track of how federal stimulus dollars are being spent.
The state has spent about $2.6 billion in money received through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009.
Outgoing auditor Susan Montee has released two new reports that find problems in a couple of the executive branch offices in Missouri.
One report, on the office of Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, found some problems in manual timesheets and leave slithat Kinder's staff filled out. For example:
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