Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Board of Rights and Democracy trying to save face

The board Tuesday concludes a two-day meeting at which the major point of business is study of a forensic audit commissioned last February by interim president Jacques Gauthier, who is also vice-chairman of the board. The audit, initially expected to take three weeks, was not submitted until August and has cost $253,000, Mr. Latulippe said. In a February news release, Mr. Gauthier said he had no “direct evidence of any individual impropriety” but felt that certain transactions and contracts “require the attention of forensic auditors.”

Read more: http://www.nationalpost.com/news/Rights+group+tripled+fees+paid+consultants+after+cutback/3724523/story.html#ixzz13TZV2nPl

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