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In a statement, Deputy Comptroller Mike Reissig said the comptroller and governor's offices will work together to address the audit's concerns.
Adding to the controversy surrounding the election of the new comptroller general, outgoing Comptroller General Norma Segura has been accused of clinging to her position and refusing to leave office by the Oct.
SSgt Marissa Mendoza-Taylor is a financial services supervisor assigned to the 633d Comptroller Squadron, Joint Base Langley-Eustis.
The comptroller organization is here to ensure we maximize the fleet's buying power and that we efficiently and effectively apply these resources to enable the "ends.
The Comment will discuss some of the events that have caused the decades-old call for reform of the Office of the State Comptroller, and will also briefly survey some of the arguments in favor of alternative approaches to investing the CRF.
Ethical Society of Austin, the state court ruled that the comptroller violated the First Amendment rights of the Ethical Society of Austin when it rejected the group's application for tax-exempt status.
New York was the first state to begin to regulate insurers on a systematic basis with an 1827 law requiring every bank or insurance company to file an annual sworn statement of its affairs with the state comptroller, setting forth the amount of its capital; the value of its real estate; the shares of stock held; debts owing to the corporation; debts owed by the corporation; claims not acknowledged as debts; and the amount for which the corporation is bound as surety.
In a separate, coordinated action, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced on January 27, 2005, the modification of its consent order to cease and desist dated May 13, 2004, against Riggs Bank, N.
As Deputy State Comptroller from 1986 to 2003, he provided leadership to a staff of more than 500 employees.
The Office of the Comptroller has set the rate of interest payable on judgments and decrees for 2003 at 6 percent per annum or .
NEW YORK -- Following is the statement by Anthony Silveri, business manager of the Mason Tenders District Council regarding the action taken by the New York City Comptroller debarring Rapid Demolition future contracts.
New York state comptroller gives $15 million for start-ups