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State Auditor Suzanne M. Bump serves as the chief accountability officer for Massachusetts state government and its residents, providing audits of state entities and contractors that assess their performance and recommend improvements. In addition, the OSA assists local and state government leaders to identify and address the impacts of unfunded mandates, and strengthens the Commonwealth's social safety net by identifying fraud in public benefits programs. The OSA has offices in Boston, Marlborough, Chicopee, and Brockton.
In 2017, our office received the highest possible rating on our peer review, conducted by the National State Auditors Association. Read the peer review here.
Auditor Suzanne M. Bump today testified before the Joint Committee on Ways and Means in support of her agency’s Fiscal Year 2019 (FY19) budget request.
Certification comes after Bump's office determined part of early voting law constituted an unfunded mandate.
State Auditor Suzanne M. Bump released the following statement on the federal infrastructure bill introduced today by the Trump Administration.
State Auditor Suzanne M. Bump appointed Dr. Kimberly Truong of Woburn to serve on the Self-Determination Advisory Board. Truong was sworn in by Auditor Bump on January 30, 2018 at the State House.
Auditor Bump testified before the Joint Committee on Ways and Means about her agency's fiscal year 2019 budget and agency priorities for the coming year.
Auditor Bump today released an audit of the Merit Rating Board (MRB) that provides recommendations to improve the security of the agency’s IT infrastructure, which contains sensitive information about Massachusetts' drivers.
Auditor Suzanne M. Bump released the following statement in response to a vote today by the Massachusetts House of Representatives to include $1.06 million in a supplemental budget to reimburse municipalities for the cost of implementing early voting
State Auditor Suzanne M. Bump appointed Vanna Howard of Tewksbury to serve on the Asian American Commission (AAC).