The N.C. Cemetery Commission wrongly allowed a former administrative assistant to investigate herself after she used agency money for personal expenses, the state auditor’s office has found.
The N.C. Cemetery Commission wrongly allowed a former administrative assistant to investigate herself after she used agency money for personal expenses, the state auditor’s office has found. Bill Feig AP
The N.C. Cemetery Commission wrongly allowed a former administrative assistant to investigate herself after she used agency money for personal expenses, the state auditor’s office has found. Bill Feig AP

Auditor: NC agency let employee investigate her own misspending

May 17, 2016 5:23 PM

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