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Report: No evidence of fraud, malfeasance or major financial systems risks
Internal financial controls at the Minnesota Department of Human Rights are generally adequate and legally compliant, a report from the Office of the Legislative Auditor issued Wednesday has determined.
It said that controls were “generally adequate to ensure that the department safeguarded state resources, complied with significant finance-related legal requirements and resolved prior audit findings.”
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