(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Mitch Daniels addressed the third annual Indiana Inspector General's Integrity Summit today.
The meeting allows the state's auditors and investigators to chart progress in uncovering waste, fraud and abuse in public agencies.
Daniels instituted the office of inspector general three years ago. He said people who try to defraud the state's taxpayers are more likely to get caught today than any other time in the state's history.
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