City departments lack regular audits 

Nearly half of The City’s departments are not undergoing an audit at least once every eight years, according to Supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier, who on Tuesday said she wants to change this.

“The City faces a staggering budget deficit and we must be vigilant about cutting waste, fraud and abuse out of city government by establishing a regular audit schedule based on risk and the impact departments have on the daily lives of San Franciscans so we can ensure that tax payers’ dollars are spent wisely and well,” she said.

Alioto-Pier has called for a hearing to figure out a way to “ensure every department is audited at least once on an eight-year basis."

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