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Auditor Suzanne M. Bump submitted a letter to Governor Baker requesting funding in his FY19 budget proposal for certain school transportation costs.
Certification comes after Bump's office determined part of early voting law constituted an unfunded mandate.
Audit recommends improvements related to safety inspections and overtime pay.
Auditor Bump provided a statement highlighting areas of improvement needed at DCF.
Despite Reforms, Audit Finds Gunshot Wounds, Serious Burns, and Head Contusions Undetected by DCF
Bump's office previously determined parts of the early voting law were an unfunded mandate.
Bump was joined by Watertown resident Bill Oates, former chief Information Officer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Jorge Pazos, Director of IT for the Town of Wayland.
Auditor Bump will soon audit state agricultural programs.
Auditor Bump tours Quabbin Reservoir to highlight municipal water infrastructure needs.
Auditor Suzanne M. Bump's Bureau of Special Investigations assisted in the case.
Bump's report highlights the experiences of the Wachusett Regional School District.
Auditor Bump testifies about the Revenue Accountability Act, a key part of her Accountability Agenda
Ben Tafoya, Director of the Division of Local Mandates, testified on behalf of Auditor Suzanne M. Bump in support of legislation that would require state agencies to file municipal impact statements with Secretary of State’s Office, DLM, and LGAC.