In neighboring news:

A state audit of the Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Commission indicates that the agency has not been tracking some mandatory assessments. A sample test of claims paid from two funds showed about half had no supporting documentation to determine the calculation used to make the assessments. The Journal Record reports that, the commission also could not tell Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones’ office who actually made payments into the fund. Auditors did not find any wrongdoing, but payments could have been improperly recorded. The Commission stated that it has taken steps to correct the problem.

Read further coverage from Claims Journal here.

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