Targeted Performance Audit of the Washington State Patrol: Cost Allocation Study
Report Type Final Report 
Date Published September 2005 
Publication Number 05-16 

ESSB 1163 & LTC Approved

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This is a targeted performance audit, which is focused on studying the cost allocation practices in place at the Washington State Patrol. The specific objective of the study is to determine which costs for services provided by the State Patrol should be borne by the Transportation Budget, and which should be borne by the Operating Budget. The study was conducted for the Legislative Transportation Committee and was authorized in the 2003-05 Biennial Transportation Budget.
Keenan Konopaski, Analyst
Ruta Fanning, Project Manager 
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Number of Pages 114 
Keywords Washington State Patrol, WSP, cost, allocation 
Category State/Local Government