View Full Version : Janet Napolitano is sorry she got caught trying to rig a state audit

05-04-2017, 06:17 PM
In a contentious four-and-a-half-hour legislative hearing yesterday in Sacramento, Janet Napolitano, president of the University of California, made a pro forma apology for conduct that should have gotten her fired. She tried to rig an independent state audit, and she got caught, and she is sorry (I paraphrase).

Alexi Koseff explains further in the Sacramento Bee:

University of California President Janet Napolitano apologized Tuesday for creating the "wrong impression" that she had improperly interfered in a critical state audit of her office released last week.

At a legislative hearing to review the audit findings, Napolitano acknowledged that she and her staff communicated with campus leaders about a survey meant to independently assess the value of her office's operations.

"While we believe we did things appropriately, it is clear in retrospect that we could have handled this better," she said. "I am sorry that we did it this way, because it has created the wrong impression and detracted from the important fact that we accept the recommendations in the audit report

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/05/janet_napolitano_is_sorry_she_got_caught_trying_to _rig_a_state_audit.html

DumbAss Tanker
05-04-2017, 06:58 PM
It's a BS survey supporting an 'Organizational effectiveness' audit, not anything remotely related to an actual financial audit...the kind of thing supervising authorities use to give the illusion they're doing something, and/or build a case against some official they've already decided to dump. 'Critical' is pretty much BS, but the Sacramento Bee is a contrarian shrieker muckraker rag so that's not real surprising.