King County Auditor's Office
The Auditor's Office receives highest marks in peer review
In order to ensure audit quality and adherence to Government Auditing Standards, the King County Auditor’s Office is required to undergo a peer review every three years. Our reviewers were on site in March, evaluating the period from January 2014 through December 2016. They conducted a thorough review that included evaluation of internal monitoring procedures, assessment of a sample of audit documentation, and staff interviews to appraise knowledge and skills. We passed! In addition, they noted excellence in the following areas:
- Highly qualified and experienced staff
- Collaborative environment leverages knowledge and abilities
- Innovative project management techniques encourage efficiency and results
- Credible reports which are informative and impactful
Read the 2017 peer review
Our amended 2017-2018 work program includes an update to the mandated Transit performance audit and adds monitoring of three capital projects oversight programs.
Be watching for our upcoming briefings to the King County Council and publication of reports.
Upcoming briefings and publications
There will not be briefings to Council during the budget process.
Audits in progress
Domestic Violence Policy
Personally Identifiable Information
Sheriff High-Risk Property
Capital Projects Oversight projects in progress
Capital Projects Risk Scoring
Children and Family Justice Center
Georgetown Combined Sewer Overflow
Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network
South County Recycling and Transfer Station
Transit Capital Program
West Point Wastewater Treatment Plant