Montana Department of Transportation

Malcolm “Mack” Long, Director

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Montana Department of Transportation

MDT Organization

Audit Services

Audit Services exists to protect the assets of MDT, the State of Montana and its citizens. We do this principally by:

  • promoting compliance with laws, rules, policies, and controls that protect employees of MDT, the Director's Office, and the citizens of Montana.
  • investigating internal problems and disputes as requested by the Director
  • providing accurate and unbiased information
  • deterring and eliminating fraud, collusion, and other activity
  • recommending solutions to problems and providing guidance to personnel and management.
  • providing reliable, detailed and accurate information and reports to MDT management.

Responsibilities

Establish and maintain professional standards and ethics in all duties assumed and performed. Operate independent of internal or external biases or influences and provide the Director with complete and unbiased information. Represent the Director of MDT with integrity and professional demeanor. Provide efficient and effective services to the Agency. Provide information from all possible points of view and from all reasonable sources. Provide reports and findings in a timely manner.

External reviews of Audit Services are performed to appraise the quality of the Unit's work. Qualified persons, who are independent of the organization and who do not have a real or apparent conflict of interest, perform these reviews. This review should be conducted at least once every three years. On completion of the review, a formal, written report is issued. The report should express an opinion on the Unit's compliance with the audit standards and should make recommendations for improvement. Typically, Audit Services will rely on the AASHTO peer review to cover this.

Audit Services
406-444-7609