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Long, expensive legal battles can be prevented through the new “Sunshine Audit” announced today by Auditor of State Dave Yost.
Dave Yost was sworn in as Ohio's Auditor of State on January 12, 2015, in the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus.
Auditor Dave Yost speaks with Joel Riley of 610 WTVN radio in Columbus, Ohio, about the entities currently in a state of fiscal emergency and the potential for entities to have fiscal trouble.
Auditor Yost Releases Report in Press Conference
A top-down culture of data manipulation and employee intimidation was uncovered by a special audit of the Columbus City School District.
Auditor Dave Yost speaks with Joel Riley of 610 WTVN radio in Columbus, Ohio about how fighting fraud has gone mobile.
Auditor Dave Yost speaks with Scott Sloan of 700wlw radio in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Auditor of State Dave Yost unveils and demonstrations the "Ohio Stops Fraud" iPhone application at a press conference in Auditor of State Ceremonial Office in Ohio Statehouse.
Auditor of State Dave Yost reveals the Fiscal Year 2012 Compliance and Control Audit of JobsOhio.
Auditor Yost discusses soon-to-be-introduced legislation, the Financial Responsibility in Government Act, which will require political subdivisions of the state to have balanced budgets.
The final report of the statewide audit of student attendance data is discussed.
No new instance of potential record “scrubbing” was found in the second interim report concerning the review of school attendance practices in Ohio.
Auditor of State Dave Yost released an interim report concerning the review of school attendance practices in Ohio, which showed irregularities and made initial recommendations to improve the system.
Ohio Auditor of State Dave Yost announces embezzlement charges against former charter-school treasurer, Carl W. Shye, Jr. of New Albany. The embezzlement in question allegedly occurred between 2005 and 2011.
Auditor of State Dave Yost, Representative Christina Hagan, and Senator Tim Schaffer introduce legislation that will boost accountability and penalize wrong-doing by fiscal officers and school treasurers.
In recognition of Sunshine Week, the Auditor of State shares the response rates to a recent request for public records and his concern over timely response.
Public officials who knowingly use public funds for political purposes could now face criminal penalty with the introduction of House Bill 326.
Auditor of State Dave Yost announces the formation of a new team charged with the task of conducting state agency performance audits.
Auditor of State Dave Yost unveils the new SkinnyOhio.org website, which shares ideas and best practices from performance audits conducted across the state and nationally.
Senate Bill 4 allows the Auditor of State to measure a state agency’s performance and offer recommendations for cost savings and operational improvements.
At a press conference during "Sunshine Week," Auditor Yost calls for Ohio's public offices to be more accountable when fulfilling public records requests.
Dave Yost was sworn in as Ohio's 32nd Auditor of State on January 10, 2011, in the Atrium of the historic Ohio Statehouse in Columbus.