Local Government Auditing Quarterly
A U.S. *public sector auditing magazine. Published quarterly by the *National Association of Local Government Auditors (NALGA), the Quarterly is available in print format. Archives of selected articles from 1991 are available online from the NALGA Web site. The NALGA Web site states that the magazine "provides important information about government auditing issues, and articles about local government audit organizations," and that it "describes findings and methods of audits in public safety, social services, revenues, and other important areas." Web link: www.nalga.org/qrtly/articles.html

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