Fiscal Year’ 89 Budget Over-Expenditures Division of Development Disabilities

At the Attorney General’s request, the Commission reviewed issues related to overspending in fiscal 1989 by the Division of Developmental Disabilities amid disclosures that the Division, under a former director, greatly exceeded its budget by awarding unauthorized contracts to providers of services for the disabled. The Commission found deficient contract monitoring coupled with a lack of competition in procurement at the Division’s parent agency, the Department of Human Services. The Commission recommended a range of improvements in DHS procurement and oversight procedures.

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