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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.
Certification comes after Bump's office determined part of early voting law constituted an unfunded mandate.
Auditor Suzanne M . Bump released a study that highlights challenges faced by regional school districts related to demographics, transportation, and state policies and funding.
Audit recommends improvements related to safety inspections and overtime pay.
Auditor Bump provided a statement highlighting areas of improvement needed at DCF.
Despite Reforms, Audit Finds Gunshot Wounds, Serious Burns, and Head Contusions Undetected by DCF
Bump's office previously determined parts of the early voting law were an unfunded mandate.
Bump was joined by Watertown resident Bill Oates, former chief Information Officer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Jorge Pazos, Director of IT for the Town of Wayland.