(a) In general.
In accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards and State and federal law,
the City Auditor:
(1)shall at appropriate intervals conduct an audit of the financial transactions of every
municipal agency, except the Department of Audits;
(2)shall conduct an annual audit of all accounts, revenues, and receipts of the City;
(3)may audit the expenditure of City-granted funds by any public or private agency that
receives such funds;
(4)may audit City contracts, grants, subgrants and other agreements as required by the terms
and conditions of these instruments and, when the contracts, grants, subgrants and other
agreements require that audits be conducted by other auditors, review such audits; and
(5)shall make such other audits as the Comptroller or the Board of Estimates may request;
provided, that, such requested audits shall not, in the judgment of the City Auditor,
unduly hinder the performance of regular audits.
The City Auditor shall make reports of all such audits to the Comptroller and, at the same time,
to each of the other members of the Board of Estimates.