Oklahoma lawmakers approve performance audit bill
May 19, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Legislators have approved a bill that would allow performance audits of Oklahoma's largest state agencies.
The measure calls for a commission to perform audits that focus on policies and procedures at 20 agencies that received the most state funding, including the Health Care Authority, Education Department and Department of Human Services, The Oklahoman reported (http://bit.ly/2rviDOp ).
Each agency would be audited every four years and would be analyzed on its economy, efficiency, effectiveness and compliance of policies, management, fiscal affairs and operations.