2018 Georgia Code
Title 50 - State Government
Chapter 34 - Onegeorgia Authority
§ 50-34-13. Annual and biannual audits and reports

Universal Citation: GA Code § 50-34-13 (2018)
  • (a) The state auditor or an independent public accountant retained by the authority shall make an annual audit of the books, accounts, and records of the authority with respect to its receipts, disbursements, contracts, leases, assignments, loans, and all other matters relating to its financial operations. The state auditor shall place the audit report on file in his or her office, make the report available for inspection by the general public, and submit a copy of the report to the General Assembly. The state auditor shall not be required to distribute copies of the audit to the members of the General Assembly but shall notify the members of the availability of the audit in the manner which he or she deems to be most effective and efficient.

  • (b) In addition to the annual audit report, the authority shall render to the state auditor every six months a report setting forth in detail a complete analysis of the activities, indebtedness, receipts, and financial affairs of the authority.

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