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2012 Minn. Local Government Lobbying Report

2012 Minn. Local Government Lobbying Report

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Published by KSTPTV
This report shows how much local governments and their associations spent on lobbyists and lobbying in 2012.
This report shows how much local governments and their associations spent on lobbyists and lobbying in 2012.

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Published by: KSTPTV on Jul 17, 2013
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Office of the State Auditor
Rebecca OttoState Auditor
2012 Local GovernmentLobbying Services
Description of the Office of the State Auditor
The mission of the Office of the State Auditor is to oversee local government finances for Minnesota taxpayers by helping to ensure financial integrity and accountability in localgovernmental financial activities.Through financial, compliance, and special audits, the State Auditor oversees and ensuresthat local government funds are used for the purposes intended by law and that localgovernments hold themselves to the highest standards of financial accountability.The State Auditor performs approximately 150 financial and compliance audits per year and has oversight responsibilities for over 3,300 local units of government throughout thestate. The office currently maintains five divisions:
Audit Practice
- conducts financial and legal compliance audits of local governments;
Government Information
- collects and analyzes financial information for cities, towns,counties, and special districts;
Legal/Special Investigations
- provides legal analysis and counsel to the Office and responds to outside inquiries about Minnesota local government law; as well asinvestigates allegations of misfeasance, malfeasance, and nonfeasance in localgovernment;
- monitors investment, financial, and actuarial reporting for approximately 730 public pension funds; and 
Tax Increment Financing
- promotes compliance and accountability in localgovernments’ use of tax increment financing through financial and compliance audits.The State Auditor serves on the State Executive Council, State Board of Investment,Land Exchange Board, Public Employees Retirement Association Board, MinnesotaHousing Finance Agency, and the Rural Finance Authority Board.Office of the State Auditor 525 Park Street, Suite 500Saint Paul, Minnesota 55103(651) 296-2551state.auditor@osa.state.mn.uswww.auditor.state.mn.usThis document can be made available in alternative formats upon request. Call651-296-2551 [voice] or 1-800-627-3529 [relay service] for assistance; or visit the Officeof the State Auditor’s web site: www.auditor.state.mn.us.
 2012 Local GovernmentLobbying Services
For the Year Ended December 31, 2012July 17, 2013
Government Information DivisionOffice of the State AuditorState of Minnesota
Deputy State Auditor
Greg Hierlinger 
Matthew Lindemann,
 Director of Budget, Finance, and Technology
 John Jernberg,
 Research Analysis Specialist 
 Christy John,
 Research Analyst 
 Mark Albarado,
 Accounting Officer 
Tiffany O’Neil,
 Accounting Officer 
 Erin Schutta,
 Accounting Officer 
 Jennifer Carlson (
)Tyler Jaros (
)Trang Pham (

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