Conflicts-of-interest and ethics breaches are the latest findings by auditors looking into issues at Kennesaw State University.
Another round of reports from auditors at the University System of Georgia found that leaders of KSU’s division responsible for feeding the school’s more than 33,000 students were violating all sorts of policies, including interfering in the bidding process for dining vendors, consulting for one of the school’s vendors and nepotism.
One of the complaints against the division director, Randall Shelton, even allege his actions cost the university more than $430,000.
The findings are part of two reports of the division, released on the same day as a report that found KSU president Dan Papp had also violated several financial policies.
Visit myAJC.com to read the auditors reports and learn more about violated by Kennesaw State administrators.
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