Provide all levels of Air Force management with independent, objective, and quality audit services that include: Reviewing and promoting economy, effectiveness, and efficiency of operations; Evaluating programs and activities and assisting management in achieving intended results; Assessing and improving Air Force fiduciary stewardship and the accuracy of financial reporting.
Motivated professionals helping to build a better Air Force by providing world-class audit service to our customers through dedication, innovation, and teamwork.
Commitment to Quality
We are committed to quality by providing timely, value-added audit services to our customers. Working as a team, and with our customers, we will lead the way in helping to make a great Air Force even better. We will provide world-class audit service by:
Conducting objective and constructive audits.
Maintaining our independence and integrity.
Identifying customer needs.
Exceeding customer expectations.
Improving our processes continuously.
Working as a team throughout the organization.
Exchanging ideas openly and without fear.
Providing an interesting and challenging work environment.
Treating each other with respect.
Recognizing people for their contributions.
AFAA - A Short history
Originally established as the 1030th USAF Auditor General group on 1 July 1948, the AFAA was redesignated a separate operating agency under the Comptroller of the Air Force on 31 December 1971 (DAF/PRM 516P, 20 Dec 71). Effective 24 July 1978, the AFAA was transferred under the Secretary of the Air Force with staff supervision from the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Financial Management) and direct access to the Chief of Staff (Secretary of the Air Force Order 502.1, 16 Oct 85)
The Goldwaters-Nichols DoD Reorganization Act of 1986 resulted in significant changes within the Secretariat and Air Staff. The change directly impacted AFAA operations by having the Auditor General of the Air Force (SAF/AG) report directly to the Secretary of the Air Force, with no oversight or supervision from other Secretariat offices (Secretary of the Air Force Order 502.1, 29 Oct 97). The Auditor General continues to have direct access to the Chief of Staff.
Point of Contact
1126 AF Pentagon
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