About 70 percent of the items suggested by the State Auditor’s Office as needing fixing in state government are getting fixed. But that number only applies to the items those agencies agree need to be fixed. State Auditor Claire McCaskill says in the past, she had to rely onresponses from auditees to find out if the problems were fixed. But this year, there’s a new electronic tracking system to help. And, McCaskill says once the findings are made public, it’s up to the other branches of Missouri’s government to get the agencies to comply. She suggests the budget axe in some cases.
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