The Legislative Audit Commission is a joint standing committee of the Illinois State Legislature.
|| The Legislative Audit Commission is mandated by law (25 ILCS 150/0.01-0.06) to review all audits conducted by the State Auditor General. Primary responsibilities of the Commission are:
- Public hearings on all major audits of State agencies to review problems, assess agency stewardship, and secure remedial action.
- Initiation and review of management and program audits and investigations.
- Make recommendations to the General Assembly and agency management for corrective legislation and other measures to remedy weaknesses disclosed through audits or at Commission hearings.
- Monitoring agency progress in implementing corrective action.
|| The membership consists of 12 legislators appointed by the General Assembly leadership and is equally apportioned between the two houses and political parties.
The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2013 legislative session.
The following table describes committee membership for the 2011 legislative session.