In 2003, the voters in Cape Coral approved a referendum to establish a City Auditor's Office that would report directly to the City Council. It was the intent of this referendum to provide the City with an independent audit function to evaluate City policies, programs, and services to determine if those operations were conducted in accordance with state and federal law, City ordinances, policies and regulations, and financial and operational internal controls.
This independent audit function reports directly to the City Council. This reporting structure is designed to support and protect the independence of the City Auditor's Office. Audit office resources are allocated to engagements using a risk-based methodology.
It is our vision to work in partnership with the City Council, City Management, and the Community without compromising independence, objectivity, or integrity in order to be the City's trusted advisor.
- Due professional care