At the University of South Florida's English Language Institute investigators found a misplaced $275,000
. While I sort of understand how checks valued at $133,647, might get lost, how do you lose track of $140,000+ in cash. That's sort of bulky and most people would recognize what it was - money.
In a way, I would have felt better if they had found out that the money had been embezzled and not simply left in drawers and the copier. These people really needed a secretary, a good secretary wouldn't have tolerated this sort of nonsense. Secretaries have always been more important that department heads in keeping institutions running.
The auditors think there ought to be better financial controls in place - duh!