Committed to adding value.
We strive to add value to the City of Edmonton by promoting accountability, cost-effective municipal services, and ethical practices.
- To support the City’s achievement of its strategic goals
- To improve the effectiveness of the City’s risk management, control, and governance processes
- To promote efficient, effective, and economical City operations
- To promote an ethical public service environment
- To deliver high quality, innovative and cost-effective audit services
- To maintain a respectful, team-oriented workplace that helps individuals reach their career potential and achieve personal growth goals
Did you know?
The City Auditor is appointed by City Council to provide internal audit services. The delegated powers, duties, and functions of this position are established under the City Auditor Bylaw. In providing services to the corporation, the Office of the City Auditor performs the key roles of guardian and agent of change.
City Council passed Bylaw 16097 Audit Committee Bylaw on October 4, 2012. Bylaw 16097 prescribes the powers, functions, duties, structure and procedures for Audit Committee.
On October 13, 2011, the City Manager and the City Auditor approved two Administrative Directives. The Fraud Directive, A1454, outlines the procedure for the prevention, detection, reporting and investigation of suspected fraud within the City. The Whistleblower Directive, A1455, outlines the process for the reporting and resolution of retaliation complaints.
Communications to and from the Office of the City Auditor are handled in accordance with Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy legislation.
The Office of the City Auditor's employee business expenses are in accordance with the City of Edmonton's Employee Business Expenses - Local and Out of Town Administrative Directive A1415I.