What is the difference between a Comptroller and a Controller?
A Comptroller generally is the accurate word for a person working in the financial area for government, while a Controller is the equivalent person in private business. Both oversee accounting, reporting, and the implementation and monitoring of internal financial controls.

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1. What is the difference between a Comptroller and a Controller?
2. Are county financial statements made available to the public?
3. What do I need to do to become an approved vendor for Storey County?
4. I am an approved vendor of Storey County and I have submitted an invoice for payment. What is the process for receiving payment?
5. What are Nevada Revised Statutes?
6. What laws govern the county’s debt management policy?