The California State Auditor's Office, formally the Bureau of State Audits, is the successor to the Office of the Auditor General, which closed in November 1992 after more than 37 years of distinguished service to California citizens. The Auditor General exposed a vast range of wasteful governmental practices. Its findings saved hundreds of millions of dollars and made a multitude of services more effective. For every dollar the office spent, it saved California taxpayers more than $6. Click the link below to see a listing of the audit reports issued by the Office of the Auditor General. These reports are still available through the California State Auditor's Office (see Ordering Reports).