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State government works for you. Here you will find resources that provide oversight and transparency on what your government is doing and how well we're performing.
Audits review how well Massachusetts state government is using our resources to meet our responsibilities to residents of the Commonwealth and recommend ways to improve performance, and reduce inefficiencies.
If you suspect that someone fraudulently receives public benefits provided by the Commonwealth such as MassHealth, state-sponsored childcare, or food and cash assistance – let the State Auditor's Bureau of Special Investigations know.
Mandatory online training programs and summaries of the conflict of interest law for public employees
Conflict of interest or financial disclosure law complaints may be filed online, by mail, by phone, or in person
If a local government thinks a state law or regulation creates an unfunded mandate on a municipality, it can seek a determination from the Office of the State Auditor (OSA).
Public records requests (PRR) are similar to Freedom of Information Act requests, but on a state and local level. Select the organization you want to make a PRR from. If you're looking for personal records, visit the organization's home page.
The Office of the State Auditor reviews proposals from state agencies seeking to privatize state services to ensure they are in the best interest of Massachusetts taxpayers.
Under Chapter 647 of the Acts of 1989, state agencies must immediately report to the Office of the State Auditor any lost, stolen, or unaccounted for state property or funds.
Learn about the Open Meeting Law or report a violation with the Attorney General's Division of Open Government.
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