Sec. 2-129.10. Access to records and property.
(a) All officers and employees of the City of Lynchburg and city agencies and commissions shall furnish the internal audit staff with requested information and records (including automated data) within their custody regarding powers, duties, activities, organization, property, financial transactions, contracts and methods of business required to conduct an audit or otherwise perform audit duties. In addition, they shall provide access for the audit staff to inspect all property, equipment and facilities within their custody. If such officers or employees fail to produce the aforementioned information, then the internal audit director may cause a search to be made and exhibits to be taken from any book, paper, or record of any such official or employee, or outside contractor or subcontractor, except for personal information (as governed by state statute). Further, all contracts with outside contractors and subcontractors shall provide for auditor access to all financial and performance-related records, property, and equipment purchased in whole or in part with governmental funds and facilities.
(b) The director shall not publicly disclose any information received during an audit that is considered confidential in nature by any local, state or federal law or regulation. (Ord. No. O-95-157, 6-13-95; Ord. No. O-03-188, 11-11-03)
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