UPDATE: FAMU’s VP of Audit and Compliance Resigns
News 20 at Five
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., – News 20 at Five has received the official letter of resignation from Dr. Charles O’ Duor.
The letter does not address why he resigned. University press officials are holding a report from the Board of Trustees and their attorney which details complaints against FAMU’s Audit and Compliance division in the past. The university press office is not providing any further details until the university has the chance to address the complaints in the report.
Attempts to reach O’ Duor at his home have been unsuccessful.
FAMU President James Ammons released a statement saying the “‘university will do whatever it takes to sustain the highest ethical standards of professional conduct…and correct any concerns identified in the report.”
11/14/11 – News 20 at Five has learned that Dr. Charles O’Duor, FAMU’s VP of Audit and Compliance has resigned from the university. Patricia Woodard, assistant to FAMU President James Ammons, says it’s “a personal matter that cannot be disclosed.” He earned a salary of $191,000. Jim Stultz, audit manager over Florida’s colleges and universities, says it was “nothing from his office that caused the resignation.”