The State of Georgia requires local governments to submit annual audited financial statements to the State Auditor. This process ensures compliance with generally accepted accounting principles. Oconee County is audited annually by an outside auditing firm. The FY16 audit was completed by Treadwell, Tamplin & Co., LLP.
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Oconee County’s total budget for FY18 is $49,920,904. Oconee County’s FY18 General Fund budget is $26,943,955.
The S&P Global bond rating for Oconee County is AA. An AA bond rating is an investment-grade rating of high quality and very low credit risk.