Lawmakers Look For Compromise On Vacating Tennessee State University’s Board

Tennessee Lawmakers Are Working On A Compromise To Soften The Blow In A Looming Vote To Vacate Tennessee State University’s Board Of Directors Amid Criticism Over The Historically Black College’s Operations.

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Comptroller Report Says Tennessee Promise Program Is Effective & Could Improve

A New Report From The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office States That Students Who Take Part In The Tennessee Promise Program Earn Credits And Awards At A Higher Rate And Are Retained More Often Than Students Who Are Not Part Of The Program.

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Audit Finds Tennessee Corrections Staff Overworked, Overtime Overused

Tennessee’s Department Of Corrections Has Had To Rely On Overtime And What Some Officers Described As A “Hostile Environment” Due To Understaffing And Other Issues At Its Facilities, According To An Audit From The Tennessee Comptrollers’ Office.

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TDOT Audit Shows Lack Of Inflationary Adjustments

An Audit Of Tennessee’s Department Of Transportation Shows The Department Hasn’t Properly Adjusted Estimates Based On Inflation, Hasn’t Done A Proper Information Systems Update Analysis In Six Years And Did Not Have A Consistent Evaluation System For Rest Area Maintenance.

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Investigation Reveals Poor Bookkeeping Within Sevier County School

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Focused On A Former Bookkeeper’s Responsibilities Within Catlettsburg Elementary School In Sevierville. The Investigation Began After The School’s Auditor Reported Accounting Irregularities To The Comptroller’s Office.

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