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Legislative Fiscal Office

Phone: 503-986-1828
Address: 900 Court St. NE, Room H-178, Salem OR 97301

 

 

Joint Legislative Audit Committee

Staffed by the Legislative Fiscal Office, the Joint Legislative Audit Committee (JLAC) operates continually during the session and interim to review audit plans and completed audits conducted by the Secretary of State; review legislation and legislative requests for audits or reviews to be conducted; provide direction on audits and reviews that should be conducted by the Secretary of State or legislative staff; review agency actions to comply with audit recommendations and suggest changes or remediation; and fulfill other requirements of Oregon laws relating to audits.

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 Secretary of State Audit Plan
 JLAC Committee Background
 JLAC Workplan Methodology
 DAS Annual Report on Statewide Internal Audit Activities, FY 2017
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Department of Environmental Quality Should Improve the Air Quality Permitting Process to Reduce Its Backlog and Better Safeguard Oregon's Air (Report No. 2018-01, January 2018)
Audit by Secretary of State
Review by Joint Legislative Audit Committee

Stronger Accountability, Oversite, and Support Would Improve Results for Academically At-Risk Students in Alternative and Online Education (Report No. 2017-30, December 2017)
Audit by Secretary of State
Review by Joint Legislative Audit Committee

Oregon Department of Education Should Take Further Steps to Help Districts and High Schools Increase Oregon's Graduation Rate (Report No. 2017-29, December 2017)
Audit by Secretary of State
Review by Joint Legislative Audit Committee

Higher Education Coordinating Commission Needs to Address Weaknesses in Procurement Practices (Report No. 2017-28, December 2017)
Audit by Secretary of State
Review by Joint Legislative Audit Committee

Oregon Health Authority Should Improve Efforts to Detect and Prevent Improper Medicaid Payments (Report No. 2017-25, November 2017)
Audit by Secretary of State
Review by Joint Legislative Audit Committee
 
Department of Human Services, Aging and People with Disabilities: Consumer-Employed Provider Program Needs Immediate Action to Ensure In-Home Care Consumers Receive Required Care and Services (Report No. 2017-23, October 2017)
Audit by Secretary of State 
Review by Joint Legislative Audit Committee

 
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 Review of Local Government Shared Revenue