Good Processes, but Controls Need Improvement
Learn how the County's HR system can better align with best practices and develop into a strategic HR system.
This special report of the Multnomah County Auditor’s Office provides a high level review of County programs that provide housing assistance.
Learn how strong policies and procedures can enable the County to administer a stable, well-defined cost allocation process.
Learn why the Joint Office of Homeless Services should prioritize data access and evaluation.
Find out why the County needs to develop a governance structure to effectively manage contract processes and risks.
There is equal pay for the same job in most cases. We found no evidence of widespread pay disparity based on gender or race in most jobs.
Learn how we determined that vague and unenforced contract terms make it difficult for ADVSD to ensure accurate billing and client satisfaction for Oregon Project Independence in-home services.
Links and phone numbers for other hotlines in the area.
Learn about the high standards we follow as government auditors.
An interactive report that illustrates the magnitude of Measure 50 property tax inequities in Multnomah County.
Multnomah County’s Public Guardian Program serves a small but very vulnerable population. Learn more about the processes and procedures in place to protect and support the Program’s clients.
An interactive report on the status of audit recommendations, as well as County department perceptions of audit impacts.
Links to select personnel rules and relevant websites.
Inventory of the County's tax expenditures and their financial impact.
Read the portion of the Multnomah County Charter that established the Office of County Auditor and charged the Auditor with responsibilities.
Learn about the mission and goals of the Auditor's Office.
Government Auditing Standards require that auditors receive peer reviews from independent external auditors.