An 85.7 percent success rate is pretty good for any regulatory agency — in this case one whose enforcement is strictly voluntary. That’s the track record of the Palm Beach County Office of Inspector General.
As of the end of the year, the office said, in its five years of existence, it’s issued 581 recommendations; of those, 498 were implemented.
The rate could be higher; another 54 were accepted but not yet implemented, and nine of those are six months old. Add those in and the total is 552 of 581, or 95 percent.
Another 29 recommendations were rejected.
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