The Internal Audit Department and the role of Internal Auditor were created by City Ordinance NO. 2012-32 and amended by City Ordinance NO. 2013-34, Section 2-22 Santa Fe City Code (SFCC) 1987. A primary purpose of the Internal Auditor is to share a duty with the members of the Governing Body to insure that the actions of public officials, employees and contractors of the City are carried out in the most responsible manner possible and that City policies, budgets, goals and objectives are fully implemented. Ihe Internal Auditor is also the City of Santa Fe's liason to the Audit Committee.
The Internal Auditor and the Audit Committee are structured in a manner to provide independent oversight of City operations, thereby enhancing citizen confidence and avoiding any appearance of a conflict of interest.
The mission of the City of Santa Fe's Internal Auditor is to provide independent, objective assurance and review services designed to promote transparency, accountability, efficiency, and effectiveness of City government for the citizens of Santa Fe.
An audit function that has earned the trust of the City's citizens, elected officials, and employees.
Documents and Links
- Authority to Conduct Audits
- Risk Assessment and Annual Audit Plan
- Internal Audit Reports
- Internal Audit Policies and Procedures
- Audit Committee
- Links to Internal Audit Professional Organizations