DMR sets up ethics hotline

November 19, 2013 

DMR sets up ethics hotline

The DMR is making available for public comment an ethics hotline, which will be administered by a third party. Executive Director Jamie Miller said the hotline will be accessible through the agency's website. He said DMR management has received training about the hotline and employees have been informed about it. Miller said the administrator, NAVEX Global, also serves several state universities. The setup cost was $1,800, he said, and administration of the hotline will cost $1,000 a year.

-- Anita Lee

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