November 26, 2012
For Immediate Release
Waste, Fraud, and Abuse Elimination Task Force Issues Quarterly Report
Madison—Today, the Waste, Fraud, and Abuse Elimination Task Force, which was created by Governor Walker to focus on unnecessary costs in state government, issued its third quarterly report of 2012. The report includes citizen suggestions and highlights state actions that have helped to save money and make government more efficient.
“The Waste, Fraud, and Abuse Elimination Task Force’s quarterly reports help draw attention to government efficiency ideas brought forward by both taxpayers and state employees,” said Governor Scott Walker.
Each quarter the Task Force will issue a report highlighting these suggestions and other efforts to curb government waste. To read these reports go to, www.walker.wi.gov and click on “Reform.”
During his State of the State Address in January 2012, Governor Walker urged citizens and state employees to submit suggestions for more efficient government operations by going to www.bestpractices.wi.gov.