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PERA Bounced Back In 2009, Auditors Are Told

The investments of the Public Employees’ Retirement Association rebounded in 2009, rising 17.4 percent in value after a plunge of 26 percent in the recession year of 2008.

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Ex-RTD GM’s Pay Causes Ire

Lawmakers were appalled at the salary of former Regional Transportation District General Manager Cal Marsella, who received an annual salary of $295,300 in addition to $2.9 million in pensions over 14 years.

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At Least Five New State Audits To Be Released Monday, Tuesday

The General Assembly’s Legislative Audit Committee meets next week to see new audits of a number of organizations that are state entities or receive state funding. Two of the audits concern Recovery Act programs, and two involve higher education (CSU and Metro State).

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Legislative Audit Panel Meets For A Second Day, Beginning At 9 A.M.

Controls over Medicaid claims will be discussed from 9 a.m. to 10: 30 a.m.

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New Colorado Audits Released Today Beginning At 10 A.M.

Expected today are audits of problem drivers (10 a.m.) as well as a much-anticipated legislative proposal from the state’s troubled PERA retirement system (3:15 p.m.).

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Read It Now: Audit Of Great Outdoors Colorado Trust Fund

Tweet 2032 GOCO June 2009 Rel Sept 2009

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Read It Now: Audit Of Colorado Lottery Financials

Tweet 2018 Colorado Lottery Fin June 2009 rel Sept 09

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Read It Now: Audit Of Colorado Integrated Tax Architecture Project

Tweet 2044 CoIntegratTaxArchit Fin IT Rev 2009

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Colorado Auditors Say College Scholarship Program Lagging

State auditors say Colorado’s college loan forgiveness and scholarship plans are falling short of their goals. READ THE AUDIT HERE.

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