Tina Kim was appointed the Deputy Comptroller for State Government Accountability for the Office of the New York State Comptroller in January of 2014. Prior to her appointment, Kim served as Deputy Comptroller for Audit for the New York City Comptroller’s office. In her new position, she is responsible for overseeing the division that conducts audits of state agencies and public authorities.
Earlier in her career, Kim served as director of the New York State Department of Transportation’s Audit and Civil Rights Division as well as the leader of the New York State Economic Recovery and Reinvestment Cabinet’s Internal Control and Fraud Prevention Working Group. Prior to joining the Department of Transportation, she was the Deputy Inspector General for Audit with the Office of the State Inspector General.
Kim serves as the chair of the Institute of Internal Auditor’s IT Guidance Committee and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ (AICPA) Government Organization Audit Committee Task Force. She also chairs the AICPA’s Government Performance and Accountability Committee.
Kim has a master’s degree in Accounting and Information Technology and a bachelor’s degree in Economics. She is the co-author of the Audit Committee Toolkit: Government Organizations, as well as numerous articles and other publications on auditing and fraud-related topics.