Work papers from the state audit of Epic Constitution Faculties have been delivered to the varsity and to the State Division of Training, state Auditor and Inspector Cindy Byrd stated final week.
“We took additional measures to arrange these work papers so everybody can simply perceive how we arrived at our figures,” Byrd stated in a information launch. “The work papers include hundreds of data however will clearly clarify and validate the calculations we used to find out our ultimate figures.”
The audit resulted within the state demanding Epic repay $11.2 million in state support paid to a administration firm managed by Epic’s house owners. Byrd stated one other $80 million has been “swept into a non-public checking account that may solely be accessed by Epic’s non-public firm.”
Epic has denied wrongdoing.
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