AOS performance audit would analyze the office's use of technology as well as potential efficiencies in data analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
The Ohio Auditor's Office is expected to begin conducting a feasibility study within the next month to look at a variety of possible cost-cutting options.
A county inspector general would investigate fraud, waste, and corruption on the county level, similar to the state inspector general on the state level.
Auditor Faber's keynote address at the Bluffton University Business Competition highlighted ways the Office ensures transparency in the use of public dollars.
Working with the General Assembly and stakeholders from across the state, Auditor Faber has shaped an agenda to benefit all Ohioans.
Redistributing funds, adjusting shift schedules, replacing contract workers with full-time employees, and standardizing training is expected to save up to $2 million a year.
Keith Faber, who took office in January, is dedicated to ensuring efficient, effective and transparent government for the people of Ohio.
The office is dedicated to raising awareness of fraud in government. For information on how to report fraud, visit our webpage.Learn More