By Buddy Nevins, BrowardBeat.com, for SouthFloridaReporter.com, Aug 12,2015 – One of the auditors responsible for making sure that the Broward school system spends money properly and safeguards its assets has quit.
Mark Magli, an auditor with the Office of the Chief Auditor, is leaving on August 21.
Magli is just one more veteran employee who has left since Superintendent Robert Runcie was hired by the School Board as a “change agent” in 2011. The departing employees have been replaced with folks Runcie hired, some of them from Chicago where he once worked.
The Office of the Chief Auditor is responsible for scrutinizing spending and practices at the school system. Looking over the shoulder of administrators and criticizing them makes the Office of the Chief Auditor highly unpopular with some in the Broward Schools.