(Salem, OR) -- An audit by the Oregon Secretary of State has found six-point-four-billion dollars in accounting mistakes by state agencies. The report says the mistakes were unintentional and proposed steps to fix the errors. The annual Keeping Oregon Accountable report is required by the federal government to monitor how federal money is spent. The division also audited 14 federal programs in eleven state agencies and questioned over five-million dollars in expenditures. Thirteen programs received clean audits while suggestions were made to improve the state's handling of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program.