Who receives audit reports?
Audit reports are issued to the Board of County Commissioners, County Manager, Assistant County Managers, the auditee, and other interested parties.
How can I get copies of recent audit reports?
All current audit reports are available on this website. However, in compliance with State of Nevada Records Retention guidelines, only reports published within the most current four year period are available. For security reasons, complete copies of redacted audit reports are not available.
In compliance with the Government Auditing Standards (2007 Revision) Sections 8.38 through 8.40 Reporting Privileged and Confidential Information specific issues along with their related descriptions, recommendations, and corrective actions are redacted to prevent potential damage that could be caused to the County's physical and logical security systems by the misuse of this information.
How do you select departments and areas to audit?
The department develops an biannual audit plan by performing a risk assessment every two years and ranking areas to be audited based on that assessment. Additionally, the County Manager, Assistant County Manager, or department head may request specific audits.
Why are some areas audited every year?
The Audit Department is required to perform procedures in certain areas every year by state statute or County directive.
How do I obtain a copy of the County's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report?
You can visit the Comptroller's website or,
you can contact the County Comptroller at:
500 S. Grand Central Pkwy.,
Las Vegas, NV 89155-1210.
How do I obtain a copy of the Clark County Budget?
You can visit the Budget Office's website.