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Comptroller’s Office Congratulates Nine Counties with Clean Audits

Wednesday, May 22, 2024 | 09:00am
Clean Audit Map FY 2023

Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury Jason Mumpower is pleased to announce a significant accomplishment by nine Tennessee counties. These counties, which are audited by the Comptroller’s Division of Local Government Audit, have each received a clean audit report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023.

The nine counties are Campbell, Cannon, Cumberland, Loudon, McMinn, Robertson, Sevier, Stewart, and Union.

The annual audits for these counties were completed without any findings. Audit findings are used to report on weaknesses, deficiencies, or areas of noncompliance within government operations.

All nine counties are being recognized today at the Tennessee County Services Association Legislative Conference in Gatlinburg.

“These nine counties have worked hard to ensure strong accounting procedures and a system of internal controls that protects public resources,” said Comptroller Mumpower. “A clean audit is not easy to achieve. Congratulations to all.”

This honor is especially noteworthy for Cumberland County which has earned a clean audit for three years in a row. Cannon, Campbell, and Sevier have received their second consecutive clean audits. It should also be noted that Loudon County has received a clean audit in six of the past seven fiscal years and Robertson County has received a clean audit in four of the past five fiscal years.

The 91 Tennessee counties audited by the Comptroller’s Office received a total of 325 findings in fiscal year 2023. This represents an average of 3.57 findings per county. In fiscal year 2022, Tennessee counties received an average of 3.38 findings in their annual audit reports.

To view all Tennessee county audit reports, click here.

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