Audit Reports

The City of Atlanta's Code of Ethics (Section 2-814) requires elected officials and selected employees to disclose assets and income sources to the Ethics Division of the Office of the Inspector General. The Ethics Division completes an annual audit which addresses completeness and accuracy of the contents of the City Financial Disclosure Statement (CFDS). 

Background on Audit Process
In 2007, the City of Atlanta Board of Ethics (now the Governing Board of the Office of the Inspector General) adopted a process to require timely filing of the FDS. In 2016, the City Auditor completed a Performance Audit of the financial disclosure process and recommended that the Ethics Division (previously the Ethics Office) audit financial disclosure statements for potential errors, omissions, and potential conflicts of interest. 

Click on the link below to view the latest City Financial Disclosure Audit Reports:


Financial Disclosure

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