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An audit conducted by the City of Denver alleged that non-profit Rocky Mountain Human Service (RMHS), which provides services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) under a contract with the city, misused public funds by providing “lavish” staff benefits and excessive executive compensation. The city auditor faulted the city for failing to monitor the contract spending. The city has contracted with RMHS since 2003; the current contract expires in 2017. RHMS, which is also known as Denver Options, Inc., is the Community Centered Board (CCB) for Denver. CCBs are regional entities designated to provide case management and . . .
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