This is a summary of a recent article on the findings of the Audit,
No ones stealing money at the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
But they're not doing a terribly good job at managing it either.
That's the conclusion of Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale.
My audit report shows the Game Commission must do a better job of managing the finances
His report listed 11 findings and 43 recommended improvements, the latter "the highest total ever for a state agency"
DePasquale said. It directed 40 of those at the commission and three at the state legislature.
The biggest problem he said is the the commission had millions of dollars in accounts that it's chief financial officer was not even
This is, perhaps, the most critical part of our audit, DePasquale said.
He pointed to seven escrow accounts containing a total of $6.5 million. The largest held more than $1 million each.
The commission's top financial officer was unaware of the accounts and could not say how much was in them or what they were for.
One was even dormant and costing the commission unnecessary fee's.
This is not the entire article, just some of the highlights I found intriguing. I figured not everyone here would see the article and would find some of this interesting.
So Don't Shoot the Messenger, please