Talk Business: New Treasurer ‘Auditing’ His Way Through Office

One month after being named to the post, Charles Robinson is leading a group to reshape policy.

LITTLE ROCK, AR- Since he was named to serve out the remainder of State Treasurer Martha Shoffner's term in office, Charles Robinson has oriented himself to the office and its staff, and is planning for a big July as a new consulting group reshapes office policy.

Robinson, former head of the state’s Division of Legislative Audit, is bringing his auditor’s mentality to the job.

Some changes on his agenda include cross-training employees, improving documentation, disaster preparation, stronger internal controls, and separation of duties.

Read the whole story from Roby Brock, at KLRT Content Partner Talk Business.

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