How long has Navajo Nation contracted with KPMG to do audit and why?

NAVAJO COUNCIL CONTINUES DEBATE OVER AUDIT OF 2013 NAVAJO NATION OPERATING BUDGET.

DELEGATE JONATHAN HALE
Is the increase in health insurance a reflection of health of tribal employees? We may say our health is personal but not true when hits tribal government budget.
What about conditions of 30-year-old airplanes if spending two times what worth of airplanes. It’s like we have them hooked up to life support system.

If the results of audit are same for next Council, then nothing being done.

told by bird that casinos planned to pay off debt and move elsewhere for better interest rate cuz Navajo setting own interest rate. like tribe running pay day loan. and why we have casinos was for chapters to receive funding.

$47 m and $7 m decrease and Crownpoint and Tuba City completed construction but $7 m pretty low.
$10.8 m being held for chapters. why? and $4.6 m paid out to chapters.
under Local Governance Fund $14 m being held for purpose of fund and what is “being held for purpose of fund”
$11 m is outstanding loans so what is plan to address loans, who they are, who working on and potential to recover.
why is page 31, archeaological services operating negative $2 m.
noticed Navajo Nation Treaty Day operating in loss.

DELEGATE ALTON SHEPHERD
you didn’t answer question and how long are we into KPMG and how long have we been with them and why?

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