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2017 RVP Audit Opinion

2017 P-Card Audit Report

2017 Sanitation Audit Report

2017 Fire Prevention Audit Report

2016 Water Demand Forecasting Report

2016 CVB Audit Report

2015 Street Maintenance Audit

2015 Delinquent Accounts Audit

2014 Itemized Receipts Audit Report

2014 Employee Reimbursements Audit

2014 Dependent Eligibility Report

2014 Change Order Audit Report

2014 Ringer Library Audit Report

2013 Fire Asset Audit Report

2013 Asset Management Report

2012 Payroll Audit Report

2012 CVB Follow-Up Report

2012 Contract Administration Audit

2012 Audit Follow-Up Report

2011 CVB Audit Report

2011 Aquatics Audit Report

2010 Risk Assessment Report

2010 Purchasing Follow-Up Report

2010 Payroll Audit Report

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2010 Concessions Audit Report

2009 Utility Customer Service Audit Report

2009 P-Card Follow-Up Report

2009 Fuel Audit Report

2008 Purchasing Processes Audit

2008 P-Card Audit Report

The Office of City Internal Auditor was established in accordance with the City Charter, Article 3, Section 30. The City Internal Auditor is a council appointee and reports to an audit committee composed of three council members. The Office of City Internal Auditor is organizationally independent of city administration because the reporting structure provides the office a separate organizational status from the management of programs and functions subject to audit.

The City Internal Auditor is responsible for conducting audits of all departments, offices, boards, activities, and agencies of the city to independently determine whether:

  • Indications of fraud, abuse, or illegal acts are present
  • Management has established adequate internal controls to safeguard city assets
  • City resources and public funds are utilized economically, efficiently, and effectively
  • Financial and other reports are being provided that disclose fairly, accurately, and fully all information that is required by law
  • The desired result or benefits of programs, activities, functions, or policies are being achieved

An audit plan is prepared each year to serve as a guide to allocate scarce audit resources to areas that will most benefit the City of College Station. In developing the annual audit plan, the City Internal Auditor identifies potential audit topics based on several factors:

  • Assessing financial and performance risks
  • Reviewing the financial auditors’ results
  • Considering requests and suggestions from the City Council and city management
  • Determining the feasibility of audit topics and the availability of resources

The Office of City Internal Auditor is headed by Ty Elliott. He is a Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Fraud Examiner, and Certified Government Audit Professional. Mr. Elliott received his Bachelors of Science and Masters of Public Administration degrees from Brigham Young University.

City Internal Auditor
Office: 979-764-6269  |

Municipal Court Building
300 Krenek Tap, College Station, TX 77845

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Last updated: 3/14/2018 2:51:49 PM