Legislative Post Audit Committee, Kansas State Legislature

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The Legislative Post Audit Joint Committee is a standing committee of the Kansas State Legislature.

Function

The legislative post audit committee may direct the post auditor to perform additional audits or audit work described in K.S.A. 46-1106 and amendments thereto of any state agencies, or may direct that any additional audit of a state agency shall be performed to accomplish other objectives than those specified pursuant to K.S.A. 46-1106 and amendments thereto. The legislative post audit committee may direct that any such additional audits shall be conducted to determine:
  • Whether any state agency is carrying out only those activities or programs authorized by the legislature; or
  • whether the programs and activities of a state agency, or a particular program or activity, is being efficiently and effectively operated; or
  • whether any new activity or program is being efficiently and effectively implemented in accordance with the intent of the legislature; or
  • whether there is a need for change in any authorized activity or program of a state agency; or
  • whether any reorganization of a state agency, or group of state agencies, is needed or justified to accomplish the results of programs or activities authorized by the legislature; or
  • any combination of the purposes specified in this or any other section of the legislative post audit act.[1][2]

Membership

...shall consist of five senators and five members of the house of representatives. The five senator members shall be appointed as follows: Three by the president and two by the minority leader. The five representative members shall be appointed as follows: Three by the speaker and two by the minority leader.[3][2]

2011-2012

The following table describes committee membership for the 2011 legislative session.

2009-2010

The following table describes committee membership for the 2009 legislative session.

External links

References

  1. Kansas State Legislature, "Kansas Statutes," accessed January 30, 2014(Article 46-1108)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
  3. Kansas State Legislature, "Kansas Statutes," accessed January 30, 2014(Article 46-1101)