Inland Regional Center Owes State $10M, New Audit Finds
A California Department of Developmental Services audit report released on Friday found that the Inland Regional Center -- a not-for-profit agency in San Bernardino that serves residents with developmental disabilities -- improperly spent nearly $10 million in state funds that it must return to the state. The state contracts with IRC for therapy, transportation, housing and other services for individuals with developmental issues. The audit also found that IRC awarded a $1 million contract to a Corona-based transportation company to provide routing and scheduled transportation services, but there are no records of those services being provided.
- "AUDIT: Inland Regional Center Must Repay $10 Million" (Miller, Riverside Press-Enterprise, 10/21).