Report lost, stolen, or unaccounted for state property or funds

State entities must immediately report to the Office of the State Auditor unaccounted for variances, losses, shortages or thefts of state funds or property

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Under Chapter 647 of the Acts of 1989, employees/representatives of state agencies must immediately report to the State Auditor's Office any unaccounted for variances, losses, shortages or thefts of funds or property that have occurred. Please provide the following information, which will serve as your filed report. Explain, in detail, the incident and the cause of said incident. Complete every field applicable. Do not abbreviate. In the case of loss or theft of state property, if the value is not known, please estimate.

Learn more about the responsibilities of public entities when property is lost, stolen, or unaccounted for here.

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