The city auditor is appointed by and reports to the City Council. The city charter establishes the position of the city auditor as independent of the city manager and responsible only to the Mayor and City Council. The charter grants the city auditor complete access to all the City's books and records. The city auditor uses [...]
The City Auditor’s Office produces performance audits to provide the Mayor, City Council, management, and the public with independent analysis, evaluation, and recommendations regarding the performance of city departments and programs. We also issue memoranda based on limited scope research projects and several different annual reports summarizing our activities and results. Search through our audits [...]
The City Auditor wants to hear your ideas and suggestions to improve the City of Kansas City, Mo. government. Have an idea for an audit topic? Have ideas about city programs or activities that could be more efficient and effective? Every year the City Auditor’s Office develops an annual audit plan and your ideas and suggestions receive equal [...]
City Auditor’s Office initiates governance assessment audit
The City Auditor’s Office has begun an audit to review the governance practices of city boards and commissions that are component units of the city plus the Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners. Read the scope statement for more information about this audit.