An audit of the Massachusetts District Attorney Association shows found that state funding for an initiative to improve the retention of experienced assistant district attorneys (ADAs) across the Commonwealth appears to have been successful, but the long-term success of this effort could be limited without changes.
The audit of the Pension Reserves Investment Management Board (PRIM) shows that the board, which oversees more than $66.8B in assets is complying with policies and procedures when procuring investment management and professional services.
An audit of MassHealth payments for drug tests and screens shows that despite improvements, the program continues to overpay for these services.
The audit of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth provides recommendations to protect its equipment and furniture against loss or theft and to enhance training and oversight of the proper use of procurement cards.
An audit of the Southfield Redevelopment Authority (SRA) found improvements at the organization since it was last audited in 2013, but cautioned that cash flow issues and other potential liabilities could threaten its success.
An audit examining the Young Adult Diversion Program, Victim/Witness Assistance Program, and Drug Forfeiture Community Reinvestment Program administered by the Worcester County District Attorney's Office.
The audit of Bridgewater State University's recycling practices provides recommendations to improve administration of the program to ensure it works effectively and receives all available financial credits for its activities.
The annual report of the Medicaid Audit Unit, which examines certain activities of the MassHealth program, found that over the past year the Unit identified more than $211 million in unallowable, questionable or or potentially fraudulent billings.
This audit found improvements to the indigency determination process at the Committee, and recommends additional improvements to documentation and payment processing.
This audit examines the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center's administration of its capital and investment programs and its tax incentive program.
Auditor Bump today released an audit of the Merit Rating Board (MRB) that provides recommendations to improve the security of the agency’s IT infrastructure, which contains sensitive information about Massachusetts' drivers.
This audit examines the Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority's database integrity and customer service protections.
This audit of The Key Program incorporated, a human service contractor for the Commonwealth, examines how the organization is using state dollars.