Office of the State Comptroller launches new website

New online platform includes comprehensive reports database, resources for taxpayers, and a blog written by employees of OSC.


TRENTON – Today, the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) launched its new website.

The new online platform includes a comprehensive, searchable database of OSC reports dating back to 2008. It features a new suite of resources for Medicaid professionals, best practices for submitting contracts for OSC review, and resources for potential auditees.

A new section of the website is devoted to OSC’s oversight over COVID-19 relief funds, including information about OSC’s oversight of COVID recovery contracts valued at over $150,000. It also details the work of the COVID-19 Compliance and Oversight Task force, in particular the Compliance Plan and guidance for Integrity Monitors who are responsible for overseeing relief funds and issuing regular reports.

OSC’s website includes a new blog with posts written by OSC employees on government fraud, waste and abuse issues that will be updated regularly.

Finally, OSC unveiled its new logo which draws on its roots in the original OSC seal by featuring a magnifying glass examining New Jersey. The new logo captures the dynamic spirit of the Office and incorporates OSC’s new color scheme – navy and gold – which is drawn from the colors of the State Flag. 

OSC sincerely thanks the staff at the Office of Information Technology for their work and partnership creating the new site and logo.

The Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) is an independent state agency that works to advance transparency and accountability throughout New Jersey government and to ensure taxpayer funds are spent efficiently and effectively. OSC conducts audits and investigations of government agencies throughout New Jersey, reviews government contracts, and works to detect and prevent waste, fraud, and abuse in Medicaid.

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