Much more than just financial analysis, Air Force Audit Agency provides independent and objective world-class audit services to Air Force leadership, conducting audits in the areas of procurement, logistics, personnel, and operational readiness.
We are highly motivated professionals helping to maintain and build a better Air Force through dedication, innovation, and teamwork. Our timely, relevant, and quality audit services enable Air Force leadership to make informed decisions at every level of responsibility and operations.
We verify that approved and recommended processes are being followed; ensure program requirements are being met; review and evaluate Air Force practices to verify all regulations are being met: and analyze every aspect of Air Force programs to confirm each is meeting the highest standards and conforming with best practices.
At the end of each audit project we prepare a full report with honest, unbiased evaluations and recommendations for improvements and changes.
Since we deal with every aspect of Air Force operations, each member of our Auditing team has a security clearance so that no matter what needs our auditing attention we are able to proceed with a thorough review and inspection. Most of our audits take place at Air Force installations around the country, many take place abroad and on or near the front lines.
Unlike our counterparts in business and industry, we at AFCS are committed to something far more important than the bottom line. We work every day in the defense of our nation and the values we hold dear.
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