Andrea Jansen

Andrea Jansen



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Andrea Jansen has been with the firm since 2005 and serves as a partner with the firm’s public sector practice. She specializes in providing accounting, auditing and IT risk assessment services to the public sector including municipalities, counties, utilities and school districts. Andrea is the public sector leader for Baker Tilly’s technology risk community of practice. She is a Certified Fraud Examiner.

  • Partner-in-charge of financial and compliance-related audits of governmental units including cities, towns, villages and counties, as well as school districts and utilities
  • Partner-in-charge of single audit engagements for municipalities, counties and school districts
  • Assists clients in implementing new accounting standards
  • Prepares financial statements and other annual reports for governmental entities
  • Provides accounting assistance, agreed upon procedures and consulting services
  • Performs and reviews IT risk assessment services
  • Presents results and reporting to governing bodies and management
  • Reviews and provides technical assistance to local governments participating in the GFOA Comprehensive Annual Financial Report award program
  • Analyzes transactions, accounting systems and controls related to forensic matters for counties and municipalities
  • Performs compliance and financial audits of Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) districts and Business Improvement Districts (BID)
  • Offers recommendations on accounting policies and procedures to strengthen internal controls
  • Licensed CPA in Wisconsin
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants (WICPA)
  • Wisconsin Government Finance Officers Association (WGFOA)
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
  • ­Presenter – University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Clerks and Treasurer’s Institute – “Fraud in government” (2020-2016); “Audit Preparation” (2019)
  • Presenter – WIAWWA, “How Secure is Your Utility’s Network? Assessing Cyber Risk” (2019)

Recent speaking engagements and webinars

  • Fraud in Government; University of WI Green Bay – Clerks and Treasurer’s Institute (2018, 2017, 2016)
  • GASB updates: Wisconsin Cities and Villages and the League of Wisconsin Municipalities’ Clerks, Treasurers; and Finance Officers Institute (2015)
  • Cybersecurity: It’s not just for businesses (Baker Tilly webinar, March 2015)

Continuing professional education

  • Cybersecurity oversight: the board and C-suite’s perspectives
  • Transitioning between SOC reports: How a SOC 2 can benefit organizations currently receiving a SOC 1
  • Managing cyber threats: Developing a sustainable cybersecurity program to address your unique risks
  • SLG Ethics / Fraud Training
  • Compliance Supplement and Single Audit Update
  • Developments in Independence and Ethics
  • Agreed Upon Procedures for Governments
  • Overview of Forensic Accounting
  • WICPA Member Focus Group
  • Single Audit Updates
  • Computer Fraud Detection and Deterrence
  • Fostering a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace
  • Managing Unconscious Bias


Madison, WI


Master of Accountancy

Bachelor of Business Administration, accounting

University of Wisconsin-Madison