Auditors To Consumer Protection: Lay Off The Personal Calls

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\"MansA highly critical state audit of the Gaming Division of the Department of Consumer Protection finds lax record-keeping, poor oversight of confidential information and storage of firearms and a tendency of employees to make frequent long distance personal calls. The division is responsible for administration and regulation of gambling in the state.


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3 thoughts on “Auditors To Consumer Protection: Lay Off The Personal Calls

  1. Kim

    Strenthen it’s internal policy? Does that mean make rules with teeth to get rid of scofflaws and abusers? We’ll see

  2. The Conn-servative

    This kind of crap is going on more pervasively than one might think and it’s ALL state agencies. Don’t forget the email and internet abuse that is going on in our governmental agencies. Audits and employment termination should be fully invoked, but wont be because they are a protected class.

  3. Connecticut is circling the drain

    If we cut 25% of the state workforce, do you think there would be any material degradation of essential services in this state?

    I doubt it.

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