Status of Audit Findings


Audits are performed to verify conformance to standards through review of objective evidence.  An audit allows the State to pinpoint and correct procedural weaknesses.  Audits are essential to verify the existence of objective evidence showing conformance with accounting and internal control processes, to assess how successful processes have been implemented, to judge the effectiveness of achieving department defined operating objectives, providing evidence regarding decreasing or eliminating problem areas and provide a hands-on management tool for achieving continual improvement in State government.

An audit report objectively notes findings and offers suggestions for improvement.  Non-conformance with standards is communicated through audit findings.


State of Hawaii
By State Departments and Agencies

Single Audit Reports


Audit finding information obtained from audit reports and management letters..