State officials say they will likely be able to justify all of the nearly $394,000 the inspector general's office believes was misspent.
an agency and engage in monitoring through our staff," Cameron said. "The answer is yes, we can."
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State homeland security office Deputy Director Larry Majerus said the state was in the process of creating a program to handle those inspections. In the interim, the state checked invoices to make sure money was spent on approved equipment and used to prepare communities against possible threats.
The audit laid out nine recommendations to address the inspector general's concerns. State officials have already resolved some of those, and said they intend to have the rest answered by August.
Before 2011, the state used private accounting firms tohelp track how grant money was being spent, including via on site inspections. For example, the statepaid Cheyenne based accounting firm McGee, Hearne Paiz $160,000 from federal money to monitor 2009 spending.
This is the first audit the state agency has undergone since it was instituted in 2003. Cameron said he welcomed the scrutiny because it highlighted what the agency was doing well and what it needs to improve.
funds, and/or cheating even for a very small amount comparatively less criminal than doing the same for a larger amount? Mis management surely is not pervasive in all Wyoming departments is it? If you follow the Barrack example those folks who were respsonsible for such crimes would be promoted and given an increase in pay. Between the latest mess with Homeland Secruity and the Cindy Hill incompetence we the people ought to be very suspect of our state government. Passionate views, pointed criticism and critical thinking are welcome. Name calling, crude language and personal abuse are not welcome. Moderators will monitor comments with an eye toward maintaining a high level of civility in this forum. Our comment policy explains the rules of the road for registered commenters.
A few questions:1. Why is the CST not investigating his lack of action on this?2. Where were Coe, Nicholas, Lubnau and Teeters? Every time federal dollars ship into Wyoming, (and there are a lot of them since we are the number one welfare state in the nation, welfare as in we receive over twice as much as we pay in taxes) Phil Nicholas finds a way to spend those dollars on his clients, friends or the University of Wyoming. We lost the AML funds through the same mismanagement by Nicholas and Mead: ie: highways and new buildings at UW
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The report chastised the agency for a lack of oversight of the grant money and how it was being spent. The state was not aware of how money was being used until grant recipients requested reimbursement and it emphasized sharing grant money fairly over putting the money into projects and communities where risk of terrorism or catastrophe was greatest, according to the report.
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State officials throttled down oversight of millions of dollars in anti terrorism prevention funds in 2011, but restarted tougher reviews last year after a management review by federal officials criticized the office's lack of oversight regarding how the money was spent.
"Where we are to date, I feel confident the information we are receiving that is the right information to provide justification," Cameron said.
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