The City of St. Louis Supply Division was the first City of St. Louis department to be audited by State Auditor Nicole Galaway’s office in 2018. The result of the audit was a that the Supply Division received the rating of "Good".
The findings were almost all focused on issues that occurred before the Krewson Administration and Supply Commissioner were in office. The current administration had already put corrective measures into action before notice of the Audit.
Pamela Kuehling, Supply Commissioner for the last year, stated that she is “very happy with the results. My team and I will continue working with the Mayor’s Office, Comptroller Green and Board of Alderman Chairman Reed and the City departments we serve to make the procurement processes more efficient and effective.”
The findings reflected less than one half of one percent of the dollars spent on goods for the City.
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