Meet your elected Multnomah County Auditor and her staff.
Jennifer McGuirk Pages
The County Auditor established the Good Government Hotline to provide County employees and the public with a confidential method for reporting suspected fraud, abuse of position, and misuse of county.
The Multnomah County Auditor’s Office has prepared and released the proposed 2011 Redistricting Plan. Redistricting is the process of redrawing established commissioner district boundaries to accou...
The Good Government Hotline is designed to accept reports of suspected fraud, abuse of position, and misuse of County resources.
Learn about the mission and values of the Auditor's Office.
Learn more about what the Auditor's Office accomplished in 2019.
Adopting Enterprise Risk Management will help the County better manage its risks
Learn about what the Auditor's office accomplished in 2020.
Read about work the Auditor's Office did on your behalf throughout 2021.
Review the Auditor's proposed changes to Multnomah County commissioner district boundaries.
Provide feedback on the proposed changes to Commissioner district boundaries.
Learn why we conduct performance audits, how we choose what to audit, and what the auditing process is like.
Learn about the Auditor's Office's investigation into whether a county employee had inappropriately used their position to seek financial benefits.
The report shares themes that the audit team heard as they conducted around 40 interviews with people with lived experiences of houselessness, community providers, and county employees.
Learn why Multnomah County Animal Services should make improvements to protect human and animal health and safety, record keeping and data quality, and planning and performance measurement.
Summary of recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners and Animal Services Management and summary of Auditor's Office's scope and methodology.
Staff who worked on the Animal Services Audit.
Written transcript of the Animal Services Audit.
Find out why Multnomah County Animal Services should review its approach to pet licensing to increase compliance, and also better define how donated funds can be spent.
Read our follow-up report to our March 2016 audit of Animal Services operations to find out which recommendations still need to be resolved.
Nov. 12-18 is International Fraud Awareness Week. We're launching enhancements to the Good Government Hotline to make it easier than ever to report suspected fraud, waste, or abuse of position.
Read about Appendix A. Employee Survey Results
Read the survey form we used to learn from adults in custody about their experiences in county jails.
The Salary Commission sets the salaries for the County Chair, County Commissioners, and Sheriff, and the county-paid supplemental salary of the District Attorney.