A Word from the Comptroller

      The concept of financial control is not limited to audits of accounting data to ensure the accuracy of records and the conformity of procedures to regulations; it is much larger and deeper than that.
     In fact, the financial comptroller, by studying actual performance in light of preset goals and plans, pinpoints the reasons and practices, which prevent the actual performance from matching the preset goals; he or she then addresses these reasons, hoping to achieve optimal performance through educating employees about the proper governmental financial practices and procedures.