The continuation of this audit series will review the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of the city’s complex contracting processes.
This audit will review the timeliness, accuracy, and completeness of the city’s public notice requirements regarding issues and changes that impact Denver residents.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
This audit will review the city’s approach to ensuring that diversity, equity, and inclusion are included in city programs, directives, and community outreach to the residents of Denver.
City Council Operations
This audit will review City Council operations and resources.
The continuation of this audit series will review city grants for compliance with grant terms and expenditures. This will include assessing grants specific to COVID-19 relief. It may include a review of the effective and efficient use of the city’s financial system of record, Workday, to manage grant activity.
Medical Support for People Experiencing Homelessness
This engagement will review the effectiveness and efficiency of providing medical support services to people experiencing homelessness.
Workday Financial System Practices
This audit will review how effectively and accurately city agencies use Workday’s capabilities.
The city rapidly transitioned to remote work in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This engagement will review the framework the city created for the remote work environment, and the impacts it had on the city and workers.
Contracting Process for COVID-19 Response
This audit will review select contracts for goods and services associated with COVID-19 relief.
Contracts and Agreements
As required under Denver Charter, this continued audit series will review selected city contracts and agreements to evaluate and ensure performance, value, and proper city oversight.
These audits will review city agencies’ accounting processes including assessing compliance with standards and internal control requirements. This may include reviews of specific transactions, accounts, and financial reporting practices.
These audits will focus on different aspects of various construction projects and practices. Selections may include projects at the airport, city capital construction projects, or bond projects. Audits may include a review of the rules and regulations around construction, internal controls, and project management practices.
2021 Follow-Up Audits
All audits by the Auditor’s Office provide recommendations for improvement, to which the audited agency must agree or disagree. For recommendations that were agreed to by the responsible entity, we complete a follow-up audit after the agreed- upon recommendation implementation date. Each follow-up audit will assess the status and quality of implementation for each recommendation.