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Better Money Management Recommended At Staunton Facility

Better Money Management Recommended At Staunton Facility

The state auditor has told a Staunton facility it should do a better job managing its money. The latest audit of the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind recommends better security for the computer network, and additional oversight of the construction program. Superintendent Nancy Armstrong has told the Staunton News-Leader her school is a unique state agency. Armstrong says the School for the Deaf and Blind should be compared to K-12 education systems.