Accountability, Transparency
& Excellence

The first priority of the OSA is to protect New Mexico’s taxpayers by ensuring that government effectively and efficiently serves the needs of all New Mexicans. As the state’s independent and nonpartisan oversight agency, our office is responsible for holding local and state government and elected officials accountable in the use of public funds.

Waste, Fraud & Abuse

Reports may be made anonymously online or by speaking directly with an investigator.

News &
Announcements

Risk Advisory: OSA and LFC Emergency Procurement

MITIGATING RISK IN COVID-19 RELATED PROCUREMENTS The Office of the State Auditor (OSA) together with the Legislative Finance Committee (LFC) issue this joint Risk Advisory to alert governmental agencies in the State of New Mexico of risks related to Emergency...

OSA Memo to Stakeholders – Audit Due Dates

Date: June 10, 2020 To: Stakeholders of the Office of the State AuditorFrom: State Auditor Brian S. Colón, Esq., CFERe: Audit Due Dates and Our Commitment to Accountability and Transparency To All Our Stakeholders, The Office of the State Auditor (OSA) wishes you all...

Our Services

Audit Reports

In addition to performing annual financial audits of governmental entities, the Office of the State Auditor regularly conducts special audits and examinations.

Special Audits & Investigations

In addition to performing annual financial audits of governmental entities, the Office of the State Auditor regularly conducts special audits and examinations. 

Procuring Contracts

If you have not received an e-mail for online registration for the OSA-Connect portal please contact Jason Chavez or Ralen Randel at 505-476-3800.

Tiered System Reporting

The purpose of this form is for mutual domestic water consumer associations, land grants, incorporated municipalities and special districts to determine what type of audit services they need under the law.