2014 was a busy year for the Hawaii State Auditor’s office and with that comes its largest annual report ever.
Acting State Auditor Jan Yamane says the 72-page report, published online Wednesday, recaps the 18 audits, analyses and studies the office did on everything from alternate uses of recycled glass to the regulation of medical marijuana dispensaries.
The report also details all the follow-up work the office does on past audits, checking in on agencies to see if they’re actually implementing the auditor’s recommendations.
Read the full report, which also discusses the Mauna Kea audit and Superferry, below.
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