NLPES Library-Public Health

4/23/2020

Issues Covered by This Site

This section of the NLPES Audit Report Library includes audit reports about public health; opioids; prevention of disease or injury; community approach to health issues; and other related issues.

Instructions for Using the Report Library

To access any report listed below, go to the legislative program evaluation or performance audit agency's website. A link to the agency is provided at the end of each report citation. If you cannot locate the report, contact Brenda Erickson or the NLPES key contact for that office.

2018 Reports

  • Kansas Department of Health and Environment: Evaluating Disease Intervention Specialist Positions and Sexually Transmitted Infection Case Rate Trends (Limited Scope) (February 2018), L-18-002, Kansas Legislative Division of Post Audit; www.kslpa.org
  • Kansas Department of Health and Environment: Evaluating Issues Related to the Bureau of Disease Control and Prevention (Limited Scope) (December 2018), L-18-022, Kansas Legislative Division of Post Audit; www.kslpa.org
  • Problem Gambling and Addictions Grant Fund: Reviewing Fund Expenditures in Recent Years (April 2018), L-18-009, Kansas Legislative Division of Post Audit; www.kslpa.org
  • State Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board (Children’s Trust Fund) (March 2018), 431-0178-17, Michigan Office of the Auditor General; https://audgen.michigan.gov/
  • Flint Water Service Line Replacement Expenditures (June 2018), 761-3017-17, Michigan Office of the Auditor General; https://audgen.michigan.gov/
  • Flint Emergency Expenditures (January 2018), 000-2017-18, Michigan Office of the Auditor General; https://audgen.michigan.gov/
  • Substance Abuse Services (April 2018) 471-0360-15F, Michigan Office of the Auditor General; https://audgen.michigan.gov/
  • Sexual Assault Evidence Collection (February 2018), Pennsylvania Legislative Budget and Finance Committee; http://lbfc.legis.state.pa.us
     

2019 Reports

2020 Reports

  • Childhood Lead Levels: Millions of Children in Mediā€‘Cal Have Not Received Required Testing for Lead Poisoning (January 2020), Report 2019-105, California State Auditor’s Office; https://www.auditor.ca.gov/