Sunday, May 1, 2022

Spring Conference, 2022!

The Indiana County Auditors' Association was pleased to host our 2022 spring conference April 26-28 in Indianapolis. This was our first Association-wide in-person spring conference since 2019.

Our event opened with an AIC Institute of Excellence class, followed by a full day of speakers from the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance, Auditor of State, Indiana Public Access Counselor, and INPRS. Our Association evening activity was a "Wine and Canvas" event, where we painted a sunset scene on a wooden board in the shape of Indiana. Our conference culminated in the SBOA-called auditor training on topics including the American Rescue Plan Act, enhanced regulatory financial reporting, and new state legislation.

Thank you to all the speakers, vendors, county auditors, and auditor deputies who attended and helped to make this conference a success!

ICAA officers Debbie Stevens and Debra Carnes work the registration table.

Welcome to conference!

2022 ICAA officers:  Debbie Stevens, Rachel Oesterreich, Jennifer Flater, Debra Carnes, Christina Sriver, and Vicki Urbanik

ICAA President Jennifer Flater gives opening remarks with Jacque Clements of AIC.

Indiana Public Access Counselor Luke Britt addresses the Open Door Law.

INPRS representatives Michelle Blahay, Lisa Anderson, and Maretha Barnes present on Indiana's Public Employees Retirement Fund.

Auditor of State Tera Klutz and AOS Janie Cope speak on settlement, the state tax surplus refund, and other matters.

DLGF Budget Director Fred Van Dorp addresses steps to take to help prevent errors in tax billing.


Auditors are artists, too! Below are some scenes of our Wine and Canvas event, at which we literally painted Indiana!








The SBOA state-called training kicked off with opening remarks by (left to right) AIC Executive Director David Bottorff, State Examiner Paul Joyce, Deputy State Examiner Tammy White, and Deputy State Examiner Beth Kelley.

Ricci Hofherr, Governmental Technical Assistance & Compliance Director at SBOA, addresses financial reporting and audit issues.

Several county auditors who came into office together after the 2014 elections and who will be term-limited at the end of this year gather for what will be their last official spring conference together as county auditors. Left to right are: Debbie Stevens of Warrick County, Pam Goffinet of Perry County, Jennifer Flater of Clay County, Vicki Urbanik of Porter County, Patty Ball of Daviess County, and Julie Fox of Marshall County.


Monday, March 14, 2022

County Auditors' Spring 2022 Conference

The Indiana County Auditors' Association's spring conference is fast approaching!

Our  conference will kick off with an Association of Indiana Counties' Institute Class on Tuesday, April 26. Our County Auditor Association day will be on Wednesday, April 27, followed by the State Board of Accounts-called training on Thursday, April 28.

For Wednesday's session, representatives from the following offices are scheduled to speak: Auditor of State, Indiana Department of Local Government Finance, INPRS, and Indiana Public Access Counselor. Click here for the agenda.

Click here for the agenda for Thursday's SBOA session.

The conference will be at the Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel at Keystone Crossing.

For the registration form for County Auditors, click here: Auditor Registration Form

For the registration form for vendors, click here: Vendor Registration Form

Conference Items

  • The AIC's education class will be at 1 p.m. on April 26.  Registration for the class is separate from conference registration through the AIC website.
  • Tuesday evening is Vendor night.
  • Tuesday night hotel expense is not eligible for payment by unappropriated funds.  You may use your Elected Official Training Fund or General Fund appropriations.     
  • The Auditors’ Association has planned a full day of training including our Association meeting for Wednesday.
  • Wednesday evening is our Association night.  We will have dinner, followed by a painting event by Wine and Canvas. Please note if you mark that you will be attending the dinner and/or Wine and Canvas that the association must pay for the number of reservations turned in. Because we must pay for the reserved spots, please register for the event only if you definitely plan to attend.
  • Wednesday night hotel expense is eligible for unappropriated funds.
  • Thursday is the SBOA state-called meeting, a one-day training.
  • The conference ends on Thursday at the conclusion of the SBOA training (instead of the usual Friday morning).

Hotel Information

The Sheraton at Keystone’s phone number for reservations is 1-888-627-7814. Our group code is AS4. To reserve online, use the link below:


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