|State Money Buys $7 A Person Coffee Breaks|
You can read about the USDA's breakfast program by clicking here.
At the moment, the Republican auditor's crew is conducting a performance audit of Cincinnati's Department of Public Services to "skinny down" the agency. When he started the audit last year, Yost said: "These are hard times, and the people of Cincinnati are well-served by this decision to use a cutting-edge process to find smart savings."
|Auditor's Contract Shows Costs|
The Auditor of State's Office requests Controlling Board approval to waive competitive selection in the amount of $86,100.00 for FY12 to contract with the Hilton Columbus, Columbus, Franklin County to provide meeting space and catering services for the 12th Annual Emerging Trends in Fraud Investigation and Prevention Conference.
You can see Yost's press release from last August announcing the Cincinnati audit. He said he was coming to town because GOP Councilmember Charlie Winburn sponsored the ordinance for the performance audit:
For Immediate Release
August 4, 2011
Cincinnati Gives Green Light to Performance Audit