How often are County agencies audited?
County agencies are audited as deemed appropriate and through a risk based analysis, as provided by the Charter for Prince George’s County, Maryland.
How can I get a copy of an audit report for an audit that was performed?
Audit reports are available at any branch of the Prince George’s County Memorial
Library System; the Public Documents Reference Library; or on-line via the Prince
George’s County Office of Audits and Investigations’ web-site.
How do I report fraud, waste, or abuse within the County Government?
By calling the Office of Audits and Investigations at 301-952-3431; or by letter to the Office of Audits and Investigations, County Administration Building, Room 1177, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 ; or reporting online through the Office of Audits and Investigations’ website Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Reporting section.
Is the Office of Audits and Investigations associated with the Vehicle Audit Unit?
No. If you’ve had a vehicle impounded, or would like to report an abandoned vehicle,
contact the Police Department’s Vehicle Audit Unit at 301-952-1873.
Who does your office report to?
The elected County Council.
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