Montana’s Legislative Auditor is Retiring
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Legislative Auditor Tori Hunthausen is retiring in June after nearly 29 years with the Legislative Audit Division.
The auditor oversees and directs the independent, nonpartisan audits of state agencies, including the Montana University System. Each agency is audited at least every two years and the results are provided to the Legislature. The auditor selects and prioritizes agencies and programs.
The Legislature's Interim newsletter reports a four-member subcommittee of the Legislative Audit Committee is seeking a replacement. The subcommittee is accepting applications from employees of the Legislative Audit Division.
Hunthausen began working for the Legislative Audit Division in 1988 and was appointed to lead the division in 2008.