A NonAudit Service
A Report on the Delegation of Authority to State Entities to Contract for External Audit Services
To provide you with more information regarding the amount of audit work being performed related to state government, the State Auditor’s Office has compiled the following data on delegations of authority to contract for audit services. The State Auditor’s Office is responsible for reviewing and approving state entities’ delegation of authority requests in accordance with Texas Government Code, Section 321.020. From September 1, 2018, through August 31, 2019, the State Auditor’s Office received and approved 127 delegation of authority requests from 67 state entities.
Some delegations of authority covered more than one project. The 127 delegation of authority requests included 154 projects with an estimated total cost of approximately $60.3 million, as reported by the state entities in their delegation of authority requests.
Of the 154 projects included in the 127 delegation of authority requests reviewed, 65 (42.2 percent) were for financial audits, 60 (39.0 percent) were for other services, and 29 (18.8 percent) were for internal audit services.
This table lists the approved delegations of authority that 67 entities requested between September 1, 2018, and August 31, 2019. It lists the project type, the contractor to provide the outsourced services, and the requesting entity’s estimated cost of the services to be provided as reported in its delegation request.
Article I – General Government
Article II – Health and Human Services
Article III – Education
Article V – Public Safety and Criminal Justice
Article VI – Natural Resources
Article VII – Business and Economic Development
Article VIII – Regulatory
Other State Entities
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