Want to know how well your government is working? Audits assess state government performance and recommend ways it can be improved. Among other things, audits can look at whether state resources are properly used, how state property and money are protected from waste, loss, or theft if government agencies are following laws and regulations related to their responsibilities, and whether programs are meeting goals and achieving results. The goal of audits is to make government work better and provide you with insight into how well state agencies are performing. Learn more about audit reports here.
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The audit examined CCCC’s information system (IS) controls to determine whether an organization-wide information security program had been developed and implemented and whether security practices had been established.
This audit examines the timeliness of bail reporting and after-hours bail deliveries.
Audit finds Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB) did not have current address for 1,769 convicted sex offenders and of that 936 had never been classified.
This audit of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner found delays in the completion of toxicology examinations, death reports, and autopsies.
This audit found the Bay State's firearms licensing process is not always completed within the mandated timeframe.
This audit examines documentation related to grant spending and eligibility at the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance.
This audit of the Southeast Division of the Housing Court Department examines the criteria for housing specialists.
This audit provides recommendations to improve the scheduling and payment for court interpreters in the Commonwealth.