Audits in the News: Former audits continue to appear in the news

We here in the audits division are proud that the work we do makes a difference. Our work attracts the attention of the legislature, statewide news sources, and even local media outlets. Local media coverage of our audits is just another way we communicate with the people of Oregon about the work that we’re doing on their behalf to make government better. This is part of an ongoing series of posts rounding up recent instances in which the Oregon Audits Division makes a cameo in the local news.

The Audits Division’s work continues to garner mentions by Oregon media, as reporters continue to explore issues covered in previous audits.

The Oregonian/OregonLive – Higher Ed Reading List: What a 2013 Oregon audit said about relying on out-of-state students

Read the story here.

“While Oregon’s auditors haven’t taken a deep dive into the resident/nonresident fight, the state’s Audit Division has cited the issue in a past report. The phenomenon came up during a 2013 audit titled, “Opportunities to Control Costs, Imp[rove Student Outcomes and Clarify Governance Structure.””

Revisit that audit here.