Financial audits have been the backbone of audit shops in state and local government. Recently though, some of these organizations have redirected their efforts into performance audits to give legislators more information on how agencies are meeting their missions. This session will explore the differences and similarities between these two audit models and which one could best serve your organization.
There will always be a need for financial audits of governmental entities but legislators are more interested in program results than the traditional financial statement opinions. Learn what some audit organization have done to continue providing financial statement opinions but also providing the information necessary for legislative bodies to make informed decisions on budgets and other public policy statements.
CGFM, CPA, CGMA,
State of TN Comptroller of the Treasury Division of State Audit
State of Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury Division of State Audit
CGFM, CPA, CFE,
TN Comptroller of the Treasury
Florida Auditor General
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