That includes getting back $9,000 from a social services employee who was fired for providing false information to receive income-support benefits.
The government is also taking civil action against a former SaskTel employee who has been fired for allegedly defrauding the company of almost $600.
The employee allegedly purchased an iPhone and applied unauthorized credits to their own SaskTel account.
The missing money was disclosed Tuesday in a losses of public money report within government ministries and crown corporations from April 1 to June 30.
The province has also made improvements to inventory inspections after two laptops went missing from an SGI storage room.