OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Financial Transparency

Annual Reports

OHA is always striving for greater transparency and openness. OHA’s Annual Reports highlight the agency’s programs and leadership. It provides a financial summary for all activities that happen within the 12-month fiscal cycle that begins every year in the month of July.

Audits and Financial Statements

The Financial Statements and Report of Independent Certified Public Accountants of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) are for the fiscal year ended June 30. This report has been prepared by the Resource Management Line of Business. OHA is responsible for the accuracy of this information, its completeness and fairness, including all disclosures. The report includes the independent auditors’ report, management’s discussion and analysis (MD&A), basic financial statements and notes to the financial statements.

Trustee Protocol Allowance

Each OHA Trustee is allowed a Trustee Protocol Allowance to be used to cover expenses reasonably related to a Trustee’s official duties and responsibilities, that are consistent with OHA’s mission to better the conditions of Native Hawaiians, and that comply with applicable laws and OHA policies.  At the end of each quarter, the OHA Administration compiles a quarterly report of expenditures made by each Trustee from his or her Trustee Protocol Allowance, provides copies of the quarterly report to the OHA Board of Trustees, and thereafter posts a copy of the report to the OHA website.  Current and past Trustee Prototocol Allowance Quarterly Expenditure Reports, beginning in the first quarter of state fiscal year 2020, can be found below.

Miscellaneous

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