This is a release from auditor general’s office:
OK, Ken “Good News” Hughes, it’s time to show your mettle.
Here are some highlights of the auditor-general’s report released today.
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton, who has been working hard this morning, worries about how hard Ken “Good News” Hughes has been toiling at his city-auditor-general gig.
The Bulldog has had some serious reservations about the term of Auditor General Ken “Good News” Hughes.
What does this say about the city auditor general?
Our favourite tweep Jim-Bob Watson has given us his take on the auditor general … Ken “Good News” Hughes:
“In general, it’s rare to see an organization go inside for that type of position because usually you want it to be independent and not have any (internal) ties. […]
“Ken Hughes, the former deputy city treasurer of revenue, won the (auditor general) job and his appointment was praised around city hall.” Citizen reporter Jon Willing No it […]
City auditor general Ken Hughes sent out a release saying that his recent audits were “good news”.
Auditor General Ken Hughes will unveil the fraud and waste hotline report on Thursday.
Here is one thing for absolute certain.
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This is the City of Ottawa’s response to the Auditor General’s report: The Auditor General reviewed the ServiceOttawa Program, management of the ByWard and Parkdale Markets, Specific Areas of Infrastructure […]
This is a release from the City of Ottawa auditor general’s office: auditor-news-release_en_final Back to The Bulldog’s home page, click here. To comment on this post, use the reply […]
Disquieting news from the auditor general’s office on Monday. Ken Hughes says that calls to the fraud and waste hotline have jumped 92 per cent from the year previous. Now […]
This is a release from the auditor general’s office at the City of Ottawa: