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Spend public’s money efficiently

July 1, 2013

Taxpayer-funded programs to help the unemployed find new jobs traditionally have been among the most inefficient, corrupt initiatives in government — and that is saying a lo....

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Jul-01-13 9:46 PM

If Yost was the auditor WHY doesn't he know the reason for the discrepancies?

You talk about percentages of "direct services to clients" like that means something universal to everyone. It doesn't. There may be valid reasons, or even a difference in definitions to explain it. One place may cost five times more to run or rent.

Neither you nor Yost has written ONE fact about corruption or inefficiency which is what an audit is supposed to reveal. Instead you write of mysterious differences in percentages. Where are the FACTS behind these percentages?

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Jul-01-13 10:45 AM

No doubt the training funds have created jobs. Friends and relatives of the directors probably have nice paying jobs administrating the program. Audit and see where the money went.

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