The Internal Audit function provides the City of Reno with a full-time, independent appraisal function designed to assist the Reno City Council, citizens, and City management in establishing accountability, transparency, and a culture of continuous improvement in City operations. To achieve this mission, we conduct performance audits and complete special projects.
Independence & Objectivity
Inherent to the profession, Internal Auditors are required to be independent and objective. While remaining free of any influences, we are able to provide objective and credible information to the City Council, the citizens, and City management. Internal Audit reports administratively to the City Manager and functionally to both the City Council and the Financial Advisory Board.
- City of Reno earned the prestigious national 2017 Exemplary Knighton Award for best performance audit in the Extra Small Shop category
- 20-01 Public Works Inventory Control - Corp Yard Audit
- 19-02 Sewer Fund Internal Controls Audit
- 19-01 Reno Municipal Court Minimum Accounting Standards Audit – FY18 (April 2019)
- 18-04 Special Events Audit (February 2019)
- 18-03 Building Permitting Process Audit (August 2018)
- 18-02 Executive Turnover Audit (June 2018)
- 18-01 Management Policies and Procedures Audit (November 2017)
- 17-03 Cash Handling Part B - Cash Procedures & Testing (July 2017)
- 17-03 Cash Handling Part A - Petty Cash Testing (May 2017)
- 17-01 Fleet Operations (March 2017)