Minnesota Year End Report-Innovation and Improvement in Government Performance
Now that elections are over it’s time to start looking at where our elected officials should focus their efforts in 2013. To identify key areas for reform it is important to first review past performance.
Join us for a discussion with our state and legislative auditors as they give a year end review of operations at the state and local level. We will look at highlights in government performance and discuss areas ripe for improvement.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to engage in this vital conversation about government performance and share your thoughts on ways to improve its efficiency and effectiveness!
Rebecca Otto - Minnesota State Auditor
The Office of the State Auditor is a constitutional office that is charged with overseeing more than $20 billion spent annually by local governments in Minnesota. The mission of the Office of the State Auditor is to oversee local government finances for Minnesota taxpayers by helping to ensure financial integrity and accountability in local governmental financial activities.
James R. Nobles - Legislative Auditor
The Office of the Legislative Auditor (OLA) is a professional, nonpartisan audit and evaluation office within the legislative branch of Minnesota state government. The office's principal goal is to provide the Legislature, agencies, and the public with audit and evaluation reports that are accurate, objective, timely, and useful. Through its reports, the office seeks to strengthen accountability and promote good management in government.
Investment: $20 - Members // $30 Non-members
Includes lunch and a discussion with some of the top politic experts in Minnesota!
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