MADISON (WKOW) -- The Waste, Fraud and Abuse Commission has identified $267 million in potential annual savings in state government spending.
The commission's report said the savings could be achieved by keeping better control of overtime for employees and private contractors and other shared services with local governments.
The commission said that action by the Legislature and federal agencies would be necessary for savings.
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