Keller @ Large: State Auditor Suzanne Bump On MassHealth AuditBump recently conducted an audit that found $193 million in improper or questionable payments by MassHealth.
NightSide - State Auditor Suzanne Bump On DCF Reforms
Keller @ Large: Can DCF Be Fixed?State Auditor Suzanne Bump weighs in on the chronic problems of the troubled agency.
Keller @ Large: Auditor Suzanne Bump On Government AccountabilityState Auditor Suzanne Bump sat down with WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller to talk government accountability and sexism in politics.
I-Team: Mass. Falling Short On Elevator SafetyAccording to the state auditor's office, the Department of Public Safety comes up short when it comes to elevator safety.
Mass. Auditor Denies Accusation She Did Campaign Work In State House OfficeMassachusetts Auditor Suzanne Bump is denying allegations by a former aide that she conducted political activities out of her State House office.
Audit Finds DCF Maintains Condition Where 'Risks Can Become Reality'A new report issued by State Auditor Suzanne Bump calls for sweeping change to the Department of Children and Families to protect children in foster care.
I-Team: Dentist Accused Of Billing State For Procedures Never PerformedIn recent years, the I-Team discovered not all of the MassHealth claims went to care for needy patients.
Keller @ Large: State Auditor Suzanne BumpThe audit on the state welfare system was one of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with State Auditor Suzanne Bump.
Patrick Questions Accuracy Of State Welfare Audit Gov. Deval Patrick is questioning the accuracy of a recent audit that found state welfare benefits had been paid to more than 1,100 dead people.
State Audit: 1,164 Dead People Received Welfare BenefitsMore than 1,000 dead people received welfare benefits in Massachusetts recently, according to a new report from the state auditor.
Auditor: 119 Sex Offender Addresses Match Child Care ProvidersThe Department of Early Education and Care has failed to take sufficient steps to assure sex offenders aren't working at licensed day care centers, the state auditor said Wednesday.