'Rebuild Trust With The People Of Minnesota': New DHS Commissioner Jodi Harpstead Lays Out 90-Day PlanMinnesota's new human services commissioner says she'll focus on trustworthiness in her first 90 days on the job.
Gov. Walz Taps Jodi Harpstead To Be Commissioner Of Human ServicesGov. Tim Walz announced Monday his pick for the commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
Walz To Announce His Pick For Minnesota DHS CommissionerThe Minnesota Department of Human Services has an $18 billion budget, 6,700 employees and serves roughly 1 million Minnesotans, but the department has had a rocky time this summer.
Report: DHS Overpaid Tribes By $25 MillionNew revelations about overpayments to two American Indian tribes are bringing more scrutiny to Minnesota's Department of Human Services.
DHS Commissioner Wheelock Appoints Interim Inspector GeneralAn interim manager has been appointed to serve the Minnesota Department of Human Services' Office of Inspector General while Carolyn Ham is on leave.
Talking Points: Interim Commissioner Pam Wheelock Discusses DHS Staff ShakeupIf you were in the middle of a vacation and got a call asking you to head up a giant bureaucracy that has been plagued with problems, would you say yes?
Minnesota Lawmakers Mull Splitting Up DHS After ResignationsSen. Jim Abeler, R-Anoka, says the roughly 20-division agency is "just too big." He says there are deep problems in the department.
Another Top DHS Official Steps Down; Two Others Rescind ResignationsAnother top official from the Minnesota Department of Human Services is stepping down.
'A New Leader Is Necessary': Commissioner Lourey Latest To Leave In DHS ShakeupHuman Services Commissioner Tony Lourey resigned abruptly Monday as head of Minnesota's largest state agency, just days after his two deputy commissioners quit with no public explanation.
2 Top DHS Officials Are Resigning; Reasons UnknownTwo of the top officials at Minnesota's largest state agency are leaving their jobs, and the department isn't saying why.
Auditor: DHS Must Do More To Stop Child Care Program Fraud Minnesota's legislative auditor says the Department of Human Services and county agencies must do more to combat fraud in the state's Child Care Assistance Program.