Office of the Nassau County Comptroller

  1. Living Wage Audit of Healthcare Agency Identifies $220,000 in Underpayments for 147 Employees

    MINEOLA, NY – Nassau County Comptroller Jack Schnirman today, alongside the Nassau County Living Wage Advisory Board, released a living wage audit of home healthcare agency All Metro that found it underpaid employees more than $200,000 in 2014 and 2015. Additional Info...
  2. Comptroller Jack Schnirman Releases Report on Issues Impacting Veterans

    After working with County Executive Laura Curran and the Veterans Service Agency, Comptroller Jack Schnirman released a data-analysis and report that details the top-line issues impacting the more than 50,000 veterans currently residing in Nassau County. Additional Info...
  3. Audit Identifies Unresolved Issues with County Take Home Vehicle Policies

    Nearly all the problems identified in a 2015 investigation persisted until new administration began corrective action Additional Info...
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Role of the Comptroller


Comptroller Jack Schnirman serves as the fiscal watchdog for Nassau County, which has a population of 1.3 million people and an annual budget of approximately $3 billion. Comptroller Schnirman and his staff: 

  • Monitor Nassau’s budget and financial operations
  • Audit government agencies and agencies with county contracts to uncover waste and inefficiencies 
  • Review county contracts and claims
  • Report on matters that significantly affect Nassau’s financial health and operations
  • Work with the administration and legislature to help the county overcome its fiscal challenges
  • Prepare Nassau’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
  • Administer the county payroll and employee health benefits functions

What You Will Find

On this website you will find a wealth of information about Nassau’s finances and operations, including the complete text of all our audits and financial statements. You will also find timely reports about serious issues facing the county.