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IFTA Decal Validating Motor Fuel Tax Returns

Judy Robertson
Judy.Robertson@arkansashighways.com
Chief Auditor
(501) 569-2564


Internal Audit is divided into two sections: the Motor Fuel Tax Section and the Internal Audit Section. The Motor Fuel Tax Section conducts International Fuel Tax Agreement audits and Motor Fuel Tax audits. The Internal Audit Section conducts Information Systems audits, Utility Audits and Internal Audits of Department Districts and Divisions.

Vicki Haydon
Vicki.Haydon@arkansashighways.com
Assistant Chief Auditor
Motor Fuel Tax Audit Manager
(501) 569-2941
Alan Pinkerton
alan.pinkerton@arkansashighways.com
Internal Audit Manager
(501) 569-2942

Internal Audit Mission Statement

The Internal Audit Section’s mission is to provide management with independent and objective evaluations of the adequacy and effectiveness of the operations and controls of the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department.

Internal Audit Independence Statement

Internal Audit is free from Department impairments to independence in our reporting.  Results of audits are reported to the Director of the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department.  Audit reports are also available to the public for review.

International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) Mission Statement

The mission of IFTA Audit Staff of the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department is to ensure that the taxpayers of Arkansas are in compliance with the IFTA governing documents and related requirements, to recommend for assessment or credit any fuel tax revenues that have been incorrectly reported in the most cost effective manner possible.

Motor Fuel Mission Statement

The mission of Motor Fuel Audit Staff of the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department is to ensure that the taxpayers of Arkansas are in compliance with the Motor Fuel/Special Motor Fuels tax laws and related requirements, to recommend for assessment or credit any Motor Fuel/Special Motor Fuels tax revenues that have been incorrectly reported in the most cost effective manner possible, and to recommend new legislation needed in these areas.

 

 

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