John Naimo is the Auditor-Controller for the Los Angeles County and is responsible for overseeing a department with 624 budgeted positions, an annual operating budget of $95.7 million, and an additional Integrated Applications budget (eCAPS/eHR) of $63 million. The Department of Auditor-Controller is responsible for establishing County fiscal and internal control policies and procedures; administering the County payroll; conducting audits and fraud investigations; monitoring social services contracts; performing mandated property tax functions; disbursing warrants to vendors, child support recipients, judgment and damages to claimants; and managing the County’s enterprise financial and payroll systems, eCAPS and eHR. Mr. Naimo also oversees the issuance of the Los Angeles County Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, Taxpayers’ Guide, and Single Audit Report.
He has over 37 years of experience with the County Auditor-Controller. Mr. Naimo serves as a member of the County’s Claims Board and the County’s Deferred Compensation Plan Committees. He also assists in representing the County before bond rating agencies and County bond investors.
Mr. Naimo holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California and is a Certified Public Accountant. He is also a member of the Government Finance Officers Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and Association of Government Accountants.