Legislative Audit Committee

The Legislative Audit Committee is a bicameral and bipartisan standing committee of the Montana Legislature. It consists of six members of the Senate and six members of the House of Representatives. The Audit Committee appoints, consults with, and advises the Legislative Auditor. The Audit Committee reviews the audit reports submitted by the Legislative Auditor, releases the audit reports to the public, and serves as the conduit between the Legislative Auditor and the Legislature.

Committee Rules

Audit Reports

Follow-up Audits

Other Materials

  • Performance Audit Scope & Objectives
  • Status Update – Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks Audit Response
  • Legislative Audit Division Strategic Planning information
  • Financial Status Update
  • Performance and Information Systems Audit Update
  • Committee Member Presentations

Audit Reports

Follow-up Audits

Other Materials

  • Performance and Information Systems Audit Scope & Objectives
  • Review of Potential Legislation Resulting from Audit Reports/Findings
  • Legislative Audit Division Budget Proposal for the 2020/2021 Biennium
  • Results of FY 2019 Performance Audit Prioritization
  • Financial Status Update
  • Performance and Information Systems Audit Update

The video/audio meeting archives are still under development. However, meeting recordings are available using the interface below.

A Guide to Using the Archives

Past/Current Recordings

Committee Staff:

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