Management & Operations

Sound Transit creates audit committee

Posted on October 11, 2002

The Sound Transit Board of Directors has created a new Performance Audit Committee to plan, direct and monitor performance-based audits focusing on the Seattle agency's activities. The committee will be comprised of two members of the Sound Transit Board of Directors, two members of the Citizen Oversight Panel and three independent citizens with expertise in performance auditing. "This is a key move to bring an added measure of independent review to the agency's work," said Sound Transit Board Member Kevin Phelps. The purpose of the Performance Audit Committee will be to plan, direct and monitor performanced based audits focusing on agency deliverables and outcomes and report its activities and findings to the Board in consultation with the executive director.

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