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  • NASCIO Recognizes OSA for Outstanding Achievement in State Government

    The Office of the State Auditor was recognized by the National Association of Chief Information Officers for its efforts to improve state government.

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  • Audit Finds Slow State Reimbursements Strain Local 911 Call Centers

    An audit released by State Auditor Suzanne M. Bump found that the State 911 Department was not processing grant reimbursements to local 911 centers, called local Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs), in a timely manner, putting unnecessary financial strain on local 911 call centers.

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  • BSI

    BSI is charged with investigating fraud and abuse in the Commonwealth’s public assistance programs.

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  • The Auditor's Report

    Sign up for the OSA e-mail newsletter to get the latest news and updates about the office is making government work better in Massachusetts.

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  • Division of Local Mandates

    The Local Mandate law gives the State Auditor's Office the authority to determine if a proposed or existing state rule or law imposes any direct cost on a city or town.

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  • Chapter 224

    The Office of the State Auditor is evaluating Chapter 224, a law primarily intended to control health care cost growth and improve quality and access to health care services.

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