Office of Audit & Control
Welcome to the Office of Audit and Control. I am honored to serve Albany residents as Chief City Auditor.
The Office of Audit and Control provides independent oversight of the City’s operations to ensure our government is being transparent, efficient, and effective. The Chief City Auditor reports directly to Albany residents.
Questions You May Have
The Office of Audit and Control conducts performance audits of all City offices and departments, audits the City’s investments, and certify the validity of accounts payable. Audits are conducted to answers such as these:
- Are City programs accomplishing their missions and achieving the desired results?
- Are funds being spent legally, and is accounting for them accurate?
- Are programs in compliance with applicable laws and regulations?
- Are there better ways of achieving program objectives at lower costs?
- Are there ways to improve the quality of service without increasing costs?
- Do opportunities exist to eliminate inefficient use of public funds and potential waste?
- What emerging or key issues should the Mayor and the Common Council consider?
- 2019 Street Light Bond Audit (PDF)
- 2019 Review of Voluntary Defined Contribution Program (PDF)
- 2019 DLL Financing Contract Review (PDF)
- 2018 Trinity Alliance Audit (PDF)
- 2018 National Grid Audit (PDF)
- 2018 Investment Procedural Audit (PDF)
- 2018 Fleet Analysis Audit (PDF)
- 2015 Follow up of Landfill Audit (PDF)
- 2018 Accounts Receivable Audit (PDF)
- 2018 175 Central Avenue Lease Audit (PDF)
- 2017 Office of Audit and Control Response to PFM Report (PDF)
- 2017 Follow up of Code Enforcement Audit (PDF)
- 2017 Demolition Procedures and Practices Audit Report (PDF)
- 2015 Cash Management Audit Report (PDF)
- 2014 Landfill Audit (PDF)
- 2014 Investment Audit (PDF)
- 2013 Payroll Audit Report (PDF)
- 2013 Water Board Accounts Payable Audit Report (PDF)