Pacific Northwest Intergovernmental Audit Forum (PNIAF)

The Pacific Northwest Intergovernmental Audit Forum (PNIAF) is one of ten Regional Audit Forums and serves the states of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. PNIAF also maintains a strong relationship with provincial and local audit functions in British Columbia, Canada. The primary purpose of the Forum is to promote communication, coordination, and cooperation among the federal, state, and local audit agencies throughout our region to foster effectiveness and efficiency of governmental operations.

Accessing the Webinar

The Audit Forums are offering these inaugural events to the community free of charge. Attendees may sign in to the webinar platform beginning ten minutes before the webinar start time at https://meet659165616.adobeconnect.com/webinarseries/. Enter your full name in the guest name field and click “Enter Room” to be placed in the waiting room. The webinar platform has a limit of 1000 attendees. Access to the webinar is on a first come first serve basis.

Virtual Platform Information

The Audit Forum Network Webinar Series will be streamed live. To learn more about the webinar series, visit https://auditforum.org/2020webinarseries.

The webinar series will be hosted on the Adobe Connect platform. To learn more, please visit https://helpx.adobe.com/support/connect.html.

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  • Pacific Northwest (PNIAF) – September 16, 2020

The Pacific Northwest Intergovernmental Audit Forum (PNIAF) hosted their Webinar Series on Wednesday, September 16, 2020.

Featured Topics and Speakers:
“Supporting Vulnerable Population through Performance Auditing: Considerations, Approaches, and Lessons Learned”
Grant Dailey, Management Auditor, King County Washington Auditor’s Office
Ryan McCord, Research Analyst, Washington State Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee
Laina Poon, Principal Management Auditor, King County Washington Auditor’s Office
Melanie Stidham, Research Analyst, Washington State Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee
Recording Available Here

Contact: Nathaniel O’Brien, obrienn@gao.gov or 202-512-6690