Several contracts between SUNY campuses and their foundations have been held up over concerns about new disclosures required by OSC.
Comptroller Tom DiNapoli's office rejected the University at Buffalo Foundation's contract with the campus, due, in part, to the customized form.
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“I don’t understand why these people are even [serving] on the foundations, if these are the types of issues they have,” one trustee said.
The Alt had requested emails relating to the SUNY Impact Foundation.
The campus reviewed the allegations and took "certain disciplinary actions," SUNY's top auditor told the state inspector general's office.
A charity intended "to move the SUNY completion dial" now oversees a disaster relief fund.
The state university system provided us a copy of a contract featuring redactions—which we easily removed.
Two top executives of the public-benefit corporation, which oversees the state university system's capital projects, are also named in the suit.
Does a high-tech educational ecosystem need to own and manage so much real estate?
How many SUNY-linked affiliates are there? About 200, a master list recently obtained by The Alt through a state Freedom of Information Law.