A state audit made public on Wednesday cited shortcomings in how the Maryland State Lottery Agency has monitored aspects of the state’s slot machine gambling program. The agency has responded that it has addressed the concerns.
Two employees at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County have either resigned or been dismissed after state auditors cited questionable use of corporate purchasing cards.
An audit of Maryland’s state-sponsored health insurance program shows its officials failed to obtain an independent review of the program’s automated claims management system and made payments to a vendor without a written contract.
A new audit finds that nearly 20 percent of arrests made by Baltimore police for low-level “quality-of-life” crimes haven’t been properly documented.
A Maryland legislative audit shows that officials at Baltimore City Community College failed to properly handle funds and collect student account balances.
The congressional campaign of Montgomery County businessman John Delaney says an Internal Revenue Service audit of his company is “fairly standard.”
Baltimore’s top information technology official has resigned after an audit detailed alleged ethical violations he committed while working for New York state government.
A Howard County lawmaker wants to make state agencies more accountable when repeated shortcomings are cited in state audits.
A Maryland audit has found that prison inmates had access to personal information such as Social Security numbers while working for Maryland Correctional Enterprises.
A recent federal audit says Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources is threatening the public’s safety because of improper tracking of weapons used for hunter education.
A state legislative audit says Maryland paid $426,000 in Medicaid to 10 people who were dead.
The U.S. Naval Academy wasted $3.5 million by improperly contracting for the production of a short film and six commercials, according to an audit by the Defense Department’s inspector general’s office released Thursday.