Nov 06, 2018
Dec 03, 2017 - Mar 06, 2018
The Alabama State Auditor is a state executive position in the Alabama government. The auditor is responsible for making a report to the governor of "receipts and disbursement of every character, all claims audited and paid out, and all taxed and revenues collected." The office also tracks all state non-consumable property worth $500 or more and serves on a number of state finance committees. The Alabama Constitution requires the state auditor to make a report to the governor every year "showing the receipts and disbursements of every character, all claims audited and paid out, by items, and all taxes and revenues collected and paid into the treasury, and the sources thereof." Additionally, the auditor performs "post audits of the accounts and records of the Treasurer and ... of the Department of Finance." The auditor also serves as a member on the following state boards: State Board of Adjustment; State Board of Appointments for Board of Registrars; State Board of Compromise; Alabama Education Authority; Penny Trust Fund. In addition, the auditor's office is responsible for tracking all non-consumable state property worth $500 or more and performs an audit of those items every two years. The current salary for the office is $85,248/year.