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In 2018, the Internal Audit Department adopted the 2018 Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards - also known as the Yellow Book - as published by the United States Government Accountability Office. More information about these standards is available on the Government Accountability Office's Yellow Book webpage.
The Internal Audit Department evaluates available standards every ten years to ensure that those adopted are the most appropriate for the function's responsibilities and activities.
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The position of the City Auditor and the Internal Audit Department were established by the City of Denton Charter Section 6.04. The City Auditor reports directly to the City Council, allowing the Internal Audit Department to independently review City programs and services.
Each year, the Internal Audit Department prepares an annual audit plan based on discussions with City leadership, analysis of the City’s revenues and expenses, and emerging government audit industry trends. This proposed plan is then presented to the City Council for direction and ultimately approved via ordinances. View previous Audit Plan Ordinances.
Internal Audit also encourages Denton residents to submit their future audit ideas.
Currently, all audit reports are written and published in English. Beginning in Oct. 2020, the Internal Audit Department began translating audit report summaries into Spanish. These At a Glance summaries can be found online.
If you would like a full audit report translated please email the Internal Audit Department.