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Public Service Commission To See Administrative Shakeup Following Audit

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Members of the Legislative Audit Committee called unprofessionalism at Montana’s Public Service Commission a betrayal of public trust Monday as they reviewed a financial audit showing a lack of control at the agency. Auditors estimated the PSC books were off as much as $100,000 over two years ending June 30th 2020. Debts went unpaid and revenue uncollected. Mandi Hinman, the department’s centralized services administrator has resigned over issues raised in the audit.

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