The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) is the State of Rhode Island's legislative audit agency. We conduct financial and performance audits to provide independent and reliable information to the General Assembly on a variety of topics including the State's financial condition, its use of federal funds in compliance with federal law and regulations, and whether programs are operating efficiently and effectively. Our audits also provide valuable recommendations to help auditees improve their operations, enhance program controls, or provide services at a lower cost. Our audit reports enhance the accountability of State government by providing Rhode Island citizens with objective information on the operations of their State.
April 2014: Muni-news – a newsletter for RI municipalities – this issue: Planning for GASB’s new pension accounting standards
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