Office of the Legislative Auditor General
The Wayne County Office of Legislative Auditor General strives to become a world-class internal audit organization that is valued throughout Wayne County.
The office is valued by the Wayne County Commission and decision-makers both elected and appointed and relied on to provide accurate, complete and timely audits, reviews and other work products to assist in their oversight and operational responsibilities, respectively. It's also valued by residents, users of the county's services and externally reported financial statements and reports. The Office of Legislative Auditor General strives to be trusted to issue fair, balanced and unbiased reports, analyses and other products that accurately reflect the results of audits, reviews and all work performed.
The Office of Legislative Auditor General strives to utilize technology to enhance work processes and products, thereby allowing for continuous enhancements to work products, and improved efficiency and effectiveness. The office recognizes its human resources, the women and men who commit themselves to excellence in the performance of their work, are the most valued component and determinant of effectiveness.The Office of Legislative Auditor General strives to maintain a team of professionals committed to possess the highest level of training and expertise in financial accounting, internal controls, auditing, financial analysis and information technology, and who perform their work with the utmost objectivity, integrity and independence.
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- Institute of Internal Auditors
Established in 1941, The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) is an international professional association of more than 170,000 members. Throughout the world, The IIA is recognized as the internal audit profession's leader in certification, education, research, and technical guidance.
- 2019 OAG Staff Directory
- Commission Audit Committee
- OAG 2017 Yellow/Red Book (Orange) Peer Review