Article III, State Constitution; RCW 42.40, 43.09, 43.88
The Office of State Auditor, established by the Washington State Constitution, is one of nine elected executive offices. The Constitution provides that "the Auditor shall be auditor of public accounts and shall have such powers and perform such duties in connection therewith as may be prescribed by law."
Provide citizens with independent and transparent examinations of how state and local governments use public funds, and develop strategies that make government more efficient and effective.
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Operating Budget: Summary
General Fund - Basic Account - State
Auditing Services Revolving Account - State
Performance Audits of Government - State
Total Appropriated Funds
2017-19 Non-Appropriated Funds
Municipal Revolving Account - Nonappropriated
Performance Audits of Government - Nonappropriated