Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich is starting two efforts to launch audits quickly and check whether problems identified in the reviews are corrected. Schweich said Wednesday both programs are designed to help the office hold government accountable. He says in the past there have been complaints that the auditor’s office takes too long to examine problems and that it cannot enforce its own recommendations. Under the first program, the auditor’s office would launch reviews quickly to preserve evidence after credible allegations of fraud, mismanagement and violations of state or federal law. The second effort would monitor how government entities adopt audit recommendations. Former Greene County Prosecutor Darrell Moore will lead both programs. Moore also will be the chief litigation counsel for the auditor’s office.