TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) A Kansas legislative committee meets next week to discuss potential state government audits.
The Post Audit Committee's Monday agenda includes a short discussion of future issues to examine. The joint, 10-member committee directs the work of the Post Audit Division, the state's official auditing agency.
The committee plans to discuss a possible audit of the state's expenses for taking part in unspecified federal programs. For many programs, the state must put up money as a condition of receiving federal funds.
The lawmakers will also consider the scope of a yet-to-start audit of the Kansas Revenue Department's $40 million computer system upgrade for its Division of Vehicles.