Colorado Economic Recovery and Accountability

Audits and Reports

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act requires an unprecedented level of transparency and accountability for the use of public dollars. To that end, audits and reports reviewing Recovery Act funds and impacted programs at the federal, state and local levels are underway. Colorado is one of 16 states selected by the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) for additional oversight.  On this page you will find audits and reports from federal Inspector General's (IGs), the GAO and the Colorado State Auditor's Office (OSA) for Colorado-related programs even if they are not overseen by state government.  If possible we will also post audits from third party contractors and local entities.
 
Similar to data on the rest of Colorado's Recovery website, the information provided here represents the best currently available but is not intended to be comprehensive.  It will updated as we become aware of new reports and they become public.

 

 

Federal Agencies  


 

U.S. Government Accountability Office (website)

May 2010 

March 2010 

February 2010

December 2009 

September 2009

July 2009

April 2009

 

 

Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board (website)

2009 Annual Report

 

 

Congressional Budget Office (website)

Estimated Impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act on Employment and Economic Output from January 2010 Through March 2010  

 

Estimated Impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act on Employment and Economic Output as of September 2009

 

 

State Agencies


 

Governor's Economic Recovery Team

The Colorado Story

 

Colorado State Auditor's Office (website)

State of Colorado Statewide Single Audit, Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2009