North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 63A. North Carolina Global Transpark Authority § 63A-23. Annual reports
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The Authority shall, promptly following the close of each fiscal year, submit an annual written report of its activities for the preceding year to the Governor, the General Assembly, and the Local Government Commission. Each report shall be accompanied by an audit of its books and accounts, as well as quarterly and annual financial statements. The audit shall be conducted by the State Auditor. The costs of all audits shall be paid from funds of the Authority.
As part of the report, the Authority shall include the following performance measures of the private sector jobs within the Global TransPark:
(1) The number, type, and wage level of jobs created or retained.
(2) The actual full-time equivalent jobs employed, as well as the median and average salaries for those jobs.
The Authority shall submit its annual report to the General Assembly to both the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations and the Program Evaluation Division. The Authority shall also submit any information about the Authority's activities that is requested by the Commission.
The Authority shall also provide a copy of its annual report on its public Web site.
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