The New Mexico Finance Authority has completed its probe of fake audits and said it was reforming its accounting practices as a result.
The NMFA revealed in July that a former controller claimed its financial statements for 2011 had been audited by the outside auditing firm Clifton Gunderson when in fact they had not been audited (see Problems Uncovered with Audits of New Mexico Finance Authority).
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