“Inappropriate” bonus payments to university employees — totaling over $2 million — were sometimes marked as incentives but had no specific criteria, according to the Missouri state auditor in a report released Monday.
Funds were also dispersed for luxury vehicle allowances, even though a mileage reimbursement system might have been more efficient.
— Andrew Kessel (@Andrew_Kessel) March 6, 2017
Audit reveals more than $2 million in hidden “bonus” pay in UM System audit. @KOMUnews
— Nora Faris (@NoraFarisNews) March 6, 2017
Audit questions $2.4 million in extra payments for top University of Missouri administratorshttps://t.co/EWSuYXOYUv
— Columbia Tribune (@columbiatribune) March 6, 2017