Arizona Department of Insurance
100 North 15th Avenue, Suite 261

Phoenix, AZ  85007-2630

Starting July 1, 2020, we became the
Department of Insurance and Financial Institutions (DIFI).

Examiner fees

For contractor examiners, we will charge you for services at the examiner's hourly rate awarded in his/her contract with the State of Arizona. For employee examiners, we will charge you for services at a rate that corresponds to what a typical contractor would charge for the same category of service. The examiner's hourly rate may change during the examination period. The examiner contract renews annually and some examiners' hourly rates will change as a result of contract renewal terms. In addition, we may elect to use a contractor in a different examiner classification, which could change the examiner's hourly rate.

In accordance with ARS § 20-159 , the Examinee will be charged for examiner services for time spent working or traveling, and the related examination expenses. Charges may include pre-examination selection and preparation, examination, and post-examination costs, as well as other costs of evaluating compliance with Arizona law.

Contractor examiners are competitively procured by the Arizona State Procurement Office. To be able to be assigned to examination jobs, a vendor must have been awarded a contract in response to a Request For Proposals ("RFP"), which includes the qualifications, terms, and conditions for examination contractors as well as a description of the items for which examiners can be remunerated. We can utilize contractors from any state contract (accessible from the "Arizona Procurement Portal" website at https://app.az.gov).

Examiner expenses

Examination expenses include but are not limited to, lodging, meals, airfare, ground transportation, and car rental. The lodging and meal expenses are based upon the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Domestic Per Diem Rates, accessible from the GSA web page.

Examination Invoices

Your invoice will detail the fees and expenses related to your examination. When reviewing your invoice, please note that a singular invoice may contain fees and expenses relating to more than one type of work performed (i.e. market conduct examination, financial examination, financial surveillance, et al). Weekly invoices include a charge to cover the cost of unallocated administrative costs arising from examinations. This charge, usually 50% of examiner fees, is subject to change based on prevailing administrative costs. 

You must pay the invoiced amount within 14 calendar days from the invoice date. Please make your check or money order payable to INSURANCE EXAMINERS' REVOLVING FUND, and send your payment, with your invoice, to

Insurance Examiners' Revolving Fund
100 N 15th Ave Ste 102 
Phoenix, Arizona 85007-2624

If you have any questions about an invoice, feel free to e-mail Mary Jordan at [email protected] or call her at (602) 364-2459.