Ohio Report for Friday, September 23, 2016

State-Funded Report Recommends Ohio Lottery Become Quasi-Public Corporation

An analysis commissioned by the Kasich Administration recommends the Ohio Lottery be reconfigured into a quasi-public corporation and undergo a wide-ranging organizational restructuring.

The business assessment, conducted by Spectrum Gaming Group of New Jersey for the Department of Administrative Services on behalf of the Lottery Commission, asserts the current management structure lacks efficiency and inhibits the lottery's ability to react to quickly changing market conditions.


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