Auditor’s Report Finds Improvements In State Finances As Well As Persistent Problems

by Gabe Bullard on February 17, 2011

(AP) The most recent annual audit of the Kentucky’s finances has found continued problems with data security and reconciling bank accounts.

But, the report from the State Auditor’s office also found an overall improvement in operations over the last year, citing 53 deficiencies, as opposed to the 70 uncovered earlier.

Auditor Crit Luallen released the first half of the annual statewide audit today (Thursday). It examined nearly $25 billion in expenditures for the previous fiscal year.

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