Baltimore City fire department failed in a new audit to meet its goals for installing smoke alarms and then retroactively altered the goals in budget books to look better. Auditors recommended the department identify the causes and develop a corrective action plan. The audit also says the department reduced the goal of 19,000 installed alarms to 16,500 in budget books outlining the targets.
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Audit Says Baltimore City Smoke Alarm Goals Were Changed was originally published on wolbbaltimore.com