Internal Audit reports directly to the Orange County Board of Supervisors. Its primary functions revolve around ensuring that all of the County’s agencies and operations remain in compliance with established accounting, finance, contract, program, budget, and revenue requirements and practices.
In addition to performing scheduled audits, the auditors also perform follow-up and ad hoc reviews. Its most recently added responsibility is the audit of “Performance Measure Validations.” This function was assigned in 2005 and is based on the evaluation of base criteria in the business plans of each County agency. The criteria for measurement include communication value with clients and the public, and department performance.
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