Waste, fraud and abuse. The Office of the State Comptroller is out with an annual report on fiscal accountability in New Jersey government, and you'll be surprised at the tax dollars recovered and saved.
Top officials at one of the state's largest public authorities gave themselves huge bonuses and failed to properly award contracts to vendors, according to a new audit by the Office of the State Comptroller.
UPDATE: Assembly Republicans Amy Handlin and Donna Simon are drafting legislation that would make compensation for community college presidents transparent and accountable to tuition payers and taxpayers.
State Comptroller Matt Boxer says, "It just seemed like everyone who had a connection at the DRPA (Delaware River Port Authority) was pretty quick to put their hand out when dealing with the agency and they were generally not disappointed when they did."
In a blistering 77 page audit, State Comptroller Matt Boxer says his team has uncovered Ineffective oversight and weak policies at the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) has led to tollpayer dollars being repeatedly were wasted mismanaged.
A new audit released today by State Comptroller Matt Boxer contends that New Jersey local governments could save more than a $100 million each year by opting for the state health plan instead of pricier alternatives.