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# 106 : Wednesday 3-5-2017 @ 08:22
 
 
They were probably audited already, can they not just ask if the auditor knew about the anomalies?
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# 107 : Thursday 4-5-2017 @ 07:56
 
 
Someone said :

An audit is only as good as its scope , there must be transparency in how its procured , how much it will cost and what it will cover so there is an idea of what the report will say at the end, in the sense that some audits just sign off accounts ok etc etc

I think that the rule that bodies in receipt of state monies should completely change their people every 3 years should have been brought in much sooner because this doesnt look like anything more than ignoring their iwn systems and rules which comes with being in a system too long.
If a very expensive audit concludes the same thing isnt that a huge waste of money ???

Why are you jumping to all sorts of conclusions about the cost of audits though? And surely the best thing to do is find out what exactly went wrong? The whole point of this is something went wrong. Why would you be pre anticipating a report? In that case you wpuld know the full extent of what went wrong and wouldnt need an audit at all.
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# 108 : Friday 5-5-2017 @ 07:39
 
 
Someone said :

Why are you jumping to all sorts of conclusions about the cost of audits though? And surely the best thing to do is find out what exactly went wrong? The whole point of this is something went wrong. Why would you be pre anticipating a report? In that case you wpuld know the full extent of what went wrong and wouldnt need an audit at all.

How much will an audit cost an what is its scope are perfectly reasonable questions and this information should be available openly and transparently.
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# 109 : Friday 5-5-2017 @ 14:53
 
 
I think the starting point of any investigation/audit will be the statement from the outgoing CEO to the charity regulator, wherever it takes the whole thing.
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# 110 : Thursday 18-5-2017 @ 08:01
 
 
Gay and Lesbian Equality Network to cease operations http://www.irishtimes.com/news/health/gay-and-lesbian-equality-ne etc ...
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# 111 : Thursday 18-5-2017 @ 11:37
 
 
This is very sad news. I hope that other LGBT charities and advocacy groups can continue the good work of Glen.
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# 112 : Thursday 18-5-2017 @ 12:32
 
 
GLEN did great work, it is sad to hear this today!
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# 113 : Thursday 18-5-2017 @ 13:48
 
 
GLEN did great work, but it obviously suffered from a lack of governance. The former CEO certainly has a lot to answer for in terms of his abuse of powers.
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# 114 : Thursday 18-5-2017 @ 19:06
 
 
Someone said :
GLEN did great work, but it obviously suffered from a lack of governance. The former CEO certainly has a lot to answer for in terms of his abuse of powers.

It does seem he has questions to answer. It would be awkward for his new bosses to be asking those questions given their numerous calls for a National anti corruption agency.
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