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What is a state auditor, and why doesn’t Texas have one?


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What is a state auditor? The state auditor oversees the State Auditor’s Office, an independent auditing firm of the Texas government that performs audits, reviews and investigations of any organization or entity that takes money from the Texas government. The office explores an agency’s finances, efficiency and effectiveness, among other qualities within each audit. This is important because the State Auditor’s Office points out when an agency is abusing state resources or committing fraud. Why doesn’t Texas have one? In November 2015, the last state auditor John Keel announced his intention to step down from his post in January 2016 […]

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