Current as of: 2009
Current as of: 2010
(a) The board of directors of the authority shall cause an annual audit to be made of the books and records of the authority. Within thirty (30) days after receipt by the authority, a copy of the annual audit shall be filed with the clerk or recorder of the appropriate county or municipality, who shall then distribute copies to members of the appropriate legislative body. Within thirty (30) days after receipt by the authority, a copy of the annual audit shall also be filed with the chief administrative officer of the appropriate county or municipality. The comptroller of the treasury, through the department of audit, shall be responsible for determining that such audits are prepared in accordance with generally accepted governmental auditing standards and that such audits meet the minimum standards prescribed by the comptroller of the treasury.
(b) These audits shall be prepared by certified public accountants or by the department of audit. If the board of directors of the authority shall fail or refuse to have the audit prepared, then the comptroller of the treasury may appoint a certified public accountant or direct the department of audit to prepare the audit, the cost of such audit to be paid by the authority.
(c) The comptroller of the treasury is authorized to modify the requirements for an audit as set out in this section, for the authority whose activity, in the comptroller of the treasury's judgment, is not sufficient to justify the expenses of a complete audit.
[Acts 1983, ch. 302, § 9; 2005, ch. 396, § 18.]
U.S. Code Provisions: Railroads