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The Auditor's Office budget should be an expression of the elected Auditor's values.
The Auditor's Office budget should be an expression of the elected Auditor's values.
The mission of the Auditor’s Office is to promote open and accountable government by providing independent and impartial reviews, access to public information, and services for City government and the public.
The Auditor’s Office of the City of Portland, headed by an elected official, supports the principles of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action. This office is committed to policies and actions that ensure equality of opportunity and access to employment with the Auditor’s Office.
View the Auditor's Office's requested budgets and information about our performance measures.
City of Portland's Employer Identification Number (EIN) documented on the Internal Revenue Service's 147C Letter.
This plan applies to employees of the City Auditor’s Office and is adopted under the Auditor’s administrative powers to establish classification and compensation in Charter Chapter 2, Article 5, Section 2-506. The plan and the associated job classifications became effective on December 13, 2018.
View the divisions of the Auditor's Office and their contact information.
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View the Auditor's classification specifications, compensation structure, and information relating to the progress of our Affirmative Action Program Plan.
Official notice from the City Auditor certifying the City of Portland is tax exempt. Letter is dated March 31, 2021. The City of Portland's tax identification number is 93-6002236.
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Operations Management is the City Auditor’s executive office, providing leadership, accountability, and support for all activities of the City Auditor’s Office. Operations Management also provides support to members of the public.
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The Auditor's Office has an array of tools to fulfill its mission of promoting an open and accountable government.
Voters want a new police accountability system, but the transition from old to new presents risks for the City. Council will hear the Auditor’s proposal to address the risks Thursday, March 11, at 2 p.m., along with other items related to the Auditor’s Office budget.
The Portland Policy Documents (PPD) captures all City policies and administrative rules in one central location.
The City should take advantage of an opportunity to retain existing expertise by creating a new analytical tool in the Auditor’s Office. Council will hear the Auditor’s proposal for Evaluation and Investigative Services Thursday, March 11, at 2 p.m.
The Auditor proposed a funding model to meet voters’ expectations from 2017 for a more independent Auditor’s Office. Council will hear the proposal Thursday, March 11, at 2 p.m., along with other items related to the Auditor’s Office budget.
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As part of providing open and accountable government, we promote and foster a culture of racial equity, diversity, and inclusion in our public services and everyday interactions.
Report suspected fraud, waste, or misuse of City resources through the City Auditor's Fraud Hotline. You may file an anonymous report or provide contact information.

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