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Financial Audits

The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) conducts an annual audit of the State of Michigan Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, performs a Statewide single audit, and conducts periodic audits of other departments, funds, and component units. The composition and frequency of these financial audits are generally based upon State and federal mandates.

Once audit fieldwork has commenced for a financial audit, we publish a one-page summary to provide a description of the reporting entity, audit objectives, and the expected timing of the project. Access to these summaries can be obtained by clicking the links below.

The following is a list of our current financial audits in process:

Financial Audits – WIP

 

Performance Audits

Performance audits are conducted on a priority basis related to the potential for improving State government operations. The OAG’s primary objective for conducting performance audits is to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of State government operations. Effectiveness is producing the outcome desired by the citizens of Michigan and mandated by the Legislature, and efficiency is a measure of useful services delivered compared with the resources applied.

Once the preliminary survey has been completed and objectives have been established for a performance audit, we publish a one-page summary to provide a description of the agency, audit objectives, and the expected timing of the project. Access to these summaries can be obtained by clicking the links below.

The following is a list of our current performance audits in process:

Performance Audits- WIP

Name Category Project # Estimated Released
Administration of Medicaid Payments to Nursing Facilities for Long-Term Care 391-0570-18 Early 2019
Adult Education Program 186-0720-18 Mid 2019
Aging and Adult Services Agency 391-0645-18 Early 2019
Automobile Theft Prevention Authority 551-0108-18 December 2018
Child Placing Agencies 431-2780-16 Early 2019
Child Welfare Caseloads 431-2785-18 Early 2019
Children of Veterans Tuition Grant Program 271-0311-18 February 2019
Clean Michigan Initiative Environmental Protection Programs 761-0217-18 December 14, 2018
Comprehensive Health Care Program – Oversight and Encounter Claim Integrity 391-0702-17 Early 2019
Cyber Schools 313-0225-18 Early 2019
Executive Order 2016-24, Enterprise Information Management 071-1595-18 December 2018
Flint Water Service Line Replacement Expenditures 761-3017-19 Mid 2019
Geagley Laboratory 791-0125-18
Grand Rapids Home for Veterans 511-0170-18 Early 2019
Information Technology Fund and IT Billings 071-0137-17 Early 2019
Maintenance Services Section 591-0160-18 December 2018
Medicaid Non-Emergency Transportation 391-0715-17 Early 2019
Michigan Agency for Energy 641-0171-18 December 11, 2018
Michigan Business Development Program 186-0500-17 December 2018
Michigan National Guard Tuition Assistance Program 511-0400-18 Early 2019
Michigan Public Safety Communications System (MPSCS) 551-0145-18 Early 2019
Michigan State Disbursement Unit, Office of Child Support 431-0142-18 February 2019
Michigan Veterans’ Trust Fund, Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency 511-0410-18 Early 2019
MILogin 071-0570-18 Early 2019
Office of Children’s Ombudsman 071-0176-17 Early 2019
Office of Educator Excellence 313-0140-18
Office of the Great Lakes 751-0321-18 Early 2019
Pharmaceutical Costs 471-0325-17 Early 2019
Prisoner Security Classification and Recommended Programming 471-0350-18 Early 2019
Regulatory Monitoring Division 231-0220-18 December 2018
Rental Assistance and Homeless Solutions 186-0220-17 December 2018
Select Services Within the Bureau of Local Government Services 271-0290-16 January 2019
SIGMA – Selected Application Controls and Service Level Requirements 071-0595-18 February 2019
Statewide Child Support Program – Establishment of Child Support Orders 431-0701-15 January 2019
Virtual Learning in Traditional Public Schools 313-0224-16 Early 2019
Workers’ Compensation Agency 641-0470-18 Early 2019

 

Follow-Up Projects

The OAG conducts follow-ups on a performance audit to assess the extent of compliance with prior OAG audit recommendations. Because these follow-up projects are limited scope engagements and do not constitute an audit in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards, formal audit objectives are not established.

Once a follow-up project has commenced, we publish a one-page summary to provide a description of the agency and the expected timing of the project. Access to these summaries can be obtained by clicking the links below.

The following is a list of our current follow-up projects in process:

Follow-Up Projects- WIP

Name Category Project # Estimated Released
Community and Noncommunity Water Supplies 761-0320-15F January 2019
Facility Closures and Consolidations 471-0375-11F December 2018
Oversight of Health Professions 641-0430-14F January 2019