Public won’t know what auditors found in Colorado Department of Education’s computer systems

The Denver Post: The Office of the State Auditor found the Colorado Department of Education needs to improve its information system in four areas, but the public likely will never know what they were.

The Legislative Audit Committee voted Monday morning not to release any part of an audit of the department’s information technology system, though auditors had written their report with the idea that one of their four findings would be made public. Rep. Lori Saine, a Republican from Weld County, was the only committee member who voted in favor of releasing part of the audit.

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