Update: Find updated, more complete coverage of this story here. Seattle’s Human Services Department played fast and loose with millions of dollars in federal grants in 2013 despite repeated warnings over several years by the state auditor’s office, a new report says. The department, which spent almost $38 million in federal grants last year, “does not have adequate internal controls to effectively…More
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The Seattle school district has run afoul of the state auditor for years because of error-ridden payrolls, sketchy contracts, mishandled federal grants or loss of revenue from outside groups using district facilities. But the latest audit, released Monday, found no new problems and reported that almost all of the…More
Seattle Public Schools lost a significant amount of money this past school year by failing to charge rent for about 9,000 hours of facility usage by outside groups. The district also hasn’t followed up on about $103,000 in past-due fees, according to state auditors, and may not be receiving as much as it should from city parks department…More