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Financial audits are annual reports on the financial condition of an agency for the previous fiscal year.​ Report 2018-41: Oregon Public Employees Retirement System: Comprehensive Annual Financial Report For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2018, Contract Audit










Report No. 2018-21: SAIF Corporation: Financial Statements - Statutory Basis as of and for the Years Ended December 31, 2017 and 2016, Supplementary Schedules as of December 31, 2017, and Report of Independent Auditors, Contract Audit​​

Report No. 2018-17: Department of Environmental Quality: Clean Water State Revolving Fund Loan Program for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2017​​

Report No. 2018-15: Oregon Health Authority: Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund For Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2017​

​​​​​​Report No. 2018-14: Oregon Public Employees Retirement System: Audit of RHIPA Schedule of OPEB Amounts for the Year Ended June 30, 2017​, Contract Audit​​​​​

Report No. 2018-13: Oregon Public Employees Retirement System: Audit of RHIA Schedule of Employer Allocations and OPEB Amounts by Employer for the Year Ended June 30, 2017​, Contract Audit​​​ ​





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Information technology audits determine whether the state’s computer systems adequately protect public funds and electronic information, and operate as intended.

Report 2018-45: Oregon Department of Administrative Services:  Office of the State Chief Information Officer: Significant Cost Savings Can Be Achieved by Modernizing Oregon's Procurement Systems and Practices​​​

Report 2018-44: Recommendation Follow-up Report: Oregon Department of Transportation: The Oregon Fuels Tax System Accurately Assesses and Collects Fuels Taxes for State and Local Jurisdictions​​

Report 2018-34: Department of Administrative Services, Office of the State Chief Information Officer: Progress Has Been Made to Address Security Weaknesses at the State Data Center, but Improvements Are Still Needed​​​

Report No. 2018-32: PERS: Severe Deficiencies in Disaster Recovery Program and Insufficient Information Technology Planning Pose Substantial Risks to Beneficiaries and the State​​​​​​​

Report No. 2018-08: Oregon Department of Revenue: GenTax Accurately Processes Tax Returns and Payments, but Logical Access and Disaster Recovery Procedures Need Improvement​​

Report No. 2018-07: Oregon Liquor Control Commission: Cannabis Information Systems Properly Functioning but Monitoring and Security Enhancements are Needed​​

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Performance audits identify improvements an agency or program can make to better achieve its objectives and mission.











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