Michigan administrator accused of bungling budget

April 2, 2008
Revenue in Warren district overstated by as much as $6 million
A finance chief at Warren (Mich.) Consolidated Schools is on administrative leave after officials accused him of bungling the budget so badly that he overstated revenue by up to $6 million. William Kiefer, associate superintendent of administrative services at the cash-strapped school district, was placed on paid leave after accusations that he crafted a $170 million budget that was riddled with accounting errors.To read The Detroit News, click here.

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