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Definition of "district auditor" - Business English Dictionary

district auditor

noun [C]
 
 
GOVERNMENT, ACCOUNTING in the UK, a person whose job is to check the financial records of a local government organization, to make certain that its accounts are being managed correctly: District auditors claim the council was insufficiently staffed to monitor the number of transactions that employees were making every month.
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