- Audio Recording
- Audit Release Advisory
- Events and Training
- Financial Audits
- Findings for Recovery
- Fiscal Caution, Watch, and Emergency
- Performance Audits
- Policy and Legislation
- Public Records
- Special Investigations
- Unauditable Declaration
Events and Training
With cyberattacks on governments increasing, Auditor Dave Yost today announced a series of training seminars to help local government leaders in Ohio combat cyberattacks. Already, more than 560 local officials have registered for the free training.
Auditor of State Dave Yost spoke to the Columbus Metropolitan Club today, continuing an open dialogue on proposed learning-based funding for Ohio’s electronic schools.
Education leaders who gathered at a Charter School Summit in Columbus heard from the nation's foremost experts on community schools, discussing how to interpret recent changes in Ohio law that will improve accountability and listening to inspirational speeches from widely respected speakers and charter school graduates.
Nearly 700 People Attend First Day of Two-Day Conference
When Janice D’Alessandro worked on her first statewide Fraud Conference in 2002, about 115 people attended the training program offered through the state Auditor’s office.
Fraud can strike anywhere weak internal controls and opportunities for easy money exist.
Auditor of State Dave Yost’s office catches much of it at the state and local government levels – more than $22 million in illegally spent or stolen public dollars since 2011. But the Auditor’s examinations are limited to public entities funded by tax dollars.
Auditor of State Dave Yost will host Ohio’s first statewide Charter School Summit this summer to provide school educators and administrators with financial, professional and academic training.
The impact of fraud on our public institutions is devastating: $3 million from a county, $1.2 million at a community schools and $1.1 million at 19 schools in one district.
More than 70 public officials and employees were trained yesterday on how to prevent fraud or detect it as soon as possible as part of a series of seminars provided by State Auditor Dave Yost’s office.
Auditor of State Dave Yost recognized two individuals with the Taxpayer Hero Award today at the Local Government Officials Conference (LGOC).
Auditor of State Dave Yost unveiled today Ohio Stops Fraud – a new iPhone app to report suspected fraud in public offices across the state.
Auditor of State Dave Yost will welcome more than 550 attendees to the 11th Annual Emerging Trends in Fraud Investigation and Prevention Conference on Monday, May 16, at 9:15 AM at the Hilton Columbus at Easton. The annual two-day conference will address the serious and growing problem of occupational fraud in both the public and private sectors.
In a speech to nearly 550 local government officials today at the 12th annual Local Government Officials Conference (LGOC), Auditor of State Dave Yost announced the roll out of the Leverage for Efficiency, Accountability and Performance (LEAP) Fund for performance audits.
Noted Economist Richard DeKaser Will Discuss Outlook for Recovery at the Auditor of State’s Conference for Local Government Leaders
Day-long program to aid local leaders experiencing budget difficulties
Course provides local law enforcement with tools to investigate white collar crimes
First in a Two Part Series Highlighting State Auditor Mary Taylor’s Special Investigations Unit Success Stories
Second in a Two Part Series Highlighting State Auditor Mary Taylor’s Special Investigations Unit Successes Stories
Meeting will promote investigation and prevention of white collar crime
Plan Aims to Improve Fiscal Oversight of Community Schools
Conference will teach leaders efficient practices, financial accountability