City and School District Audits

Offering Uniform Guidance and single audit expertise

Running a government or school district is different than running a business. You have minimal control over the money being spent and even less control over the money coming in the door – but you’re somehow supposed to keep everything on an even keel. With revenues dipping, expenses soaring and constantly changing audit and accounting standards, you could use a shoulder to lean on.

When we think about all the work we’ve done over the past 30 years for our clients, the term “trusted advisor” comes to mind. Yes, it’s a cliché, but we are the go-to resource when answering client questions and consulting with them in areas such as Uniform Guidance. We work with school districts, cities, counties and other municipalities across Kansas and Missouri to:

  • Maximize budgets. We work with over 75 clients in the government sector and can use our extensive industry experience to help you identify ways to save money and stay within your budgets.
  • Strengthen internal controls. As an organization that is regularly audited, you know the importance of having strong internal controls. We’ll delve into the inner-workings of your organization and help you find ways to strengthen your control processes.
  • Stay in compliance with GASB regulations. Because we work with so many municipal organizations, we’re able to learn what regulations are currently being scrutinized in governmental audits and share that knowledge and guidance with all of our clients to help them stay in compliance.

You need an experienced partner that understands your daily challenges and has a background in municipal audits, school district audits and city audits. Call Audrey Odermann at 785.842.8844 to discuss how we can help your organization.

“In terms of municipal audits, we’re a relatively big one so we have to be particularly diligent when selecting an audit firm. The Mize Houser team has proven to be extremely knowledgeable in city audits and is very proactive in planning and providing guidance to help us stay in compliance.”

- Brandon Kauffman, Director of Administrative & Financial Services, City of Topeka

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