The OSA's Local Government Audit Division tracks about 4,000 Colorado local governments for compliance with the Local Government Audit Law [Section 29-1-601, et seq., C.R.S.], which requires submission of an annual independent financial audit to the State Auditor.
Please contact us with any questions you have about the Local Government Audit Law or how the law's requirements may apply to your local government.
The OSA has established itself as a leader among its peers in other states and is an active contributor to the government auditing profession and accountability community through participation in organizations such as the National State Auditors Association (NSAA) and the National Legislative Program Evaluation Society (NLPES), which is a staff section of the National Conference of State Legislatures. The OSA continues to produce award-winning work, as recognized by NSAA, NLPES, and other organizations.
The OSA has a reputation for excellence and is an ideal place for you to begin a challenging and rewarding career in public service. We offer you a chance to use your skills to the fullest and enjoy the excitement of working with a variety of competent, highly motivated professionals.
The OSA's Fraud Hotline only has jurisdiction over concerns/allegations about fraud committed by current or former employees of state agencies or individuals acting under a contract with a state agency. If your specific concern/allegation falls outside the scope of this authority, the following table lists some other state agency reporting resources available to you.
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Below are some common questions and answers about the audit process, the OSA, the Legislative Audit Committee, and other aspects of what we do.
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(a) All officers of the House shall be subordinate to the Speaker in all that relates to the prompt, efficient, and correct discharge of their official duties under the Speaker's supervision.
(b) Possessing the powers and performing the duties herein described, the Speaker shall:
(1) Take the chair at the hour to which the House stands adjourned, call the members to order, and upon the appearance of a quorum, proceed to business.
Upon convening pursuant to Rule 1 (a) hereof, the order of business or organization shall be:
(a) Election of a clerk for the time being.
(b) Reading of the official announcement and designation of all members elected to the House of Representatives as certified by the Secretary of State.
(c) Calling of the roll.
(d) Consideration of and action upon the credentials of the persons entitled to membership in the House of Representatives.
(e) Administration of the oath of office.
(a) At 10 o'clock a.m. no later than the second Wednesday of January of each odd-numbered year, the House of Representatives shall be called to order by the Speaker of the immediately preceding session of the House or, in the Speaker's absence, by the majority floor leader for the convening session of the House. The House shall then proceed to organize as hereinafter provided for in Rule 2.