The Assistant Inspector General for Audit supervises a staff of seven. The Audit staff consists of an Audit Manager, two Audit Supervisors, and four Auditors. Certifications earned by these Audit professionals include, collectively, two Certified Public Accountants (CPA), three Certified Internal Auditors, three Certified Fraud Examiners, seven Certified Inspector General Auditors (CIGA), two Certified Construction Auditors (CCA), one certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA), one certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP), one Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM), and one Certified Financial Services Auditor (CFSA). The Audit Unit recognizes the holistic approach to cases unique to the Office of the Inspector General, and often works in concert with the Investigations Unit. Additionally, the Audit Unit utilizes a risk-based approach to focus its resources on distinct aspects of a broad range of County contracts and projects. These compliance and performance audits are strategically designed to yield targeted recommendations for strengthening controls, enhancing process efficiency, and mitigating other identified issues of concern.
Together, the Audit and Investigations Units work to fulfill our mission, providing value to the County by identifying fraud, waste, and abuse.
Please click here to view our Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Audit Plan.