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Controller and Auditor-General

The work of the Controller and Auditor-General is carried out by the Office of the Auditor-General, Audit New Zealand, and private sector auditing firms. Audit New Zealand is a stand-alone business unit with its own website.

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Feb 2006
Partnering between public and private sector organisations is gaining in popularity overseas as an approach to procuring major infrastructure projects and related services in the public sector. Our overall aim for this report was to look at the experiences of overseas jurisdictions in using partnering and to learn from them.
Completed
28 Oct 2009
In September, the Auditor-General received some requests to inquire into the way parliamentary and ministerial accommodation entitlements are administered and how they have been applied in relation to Hon Bill English. We gathered extensive background information on the two systems for administering accommodation entitlements and analysed their application to individual circumstances, including...
Completed
Mar 2010
On 2 March 2010, the Auditor-General, Lyn Provost, released terms of reference for an inquiry into certain types of expenditure in Vote Ministerial Services that provide or have the potential to provide private benefit to a Minister. The inquiry was initiated by the Auditor-General after separate requests from the Prime Minister, Mr Phil Heatley MP, and the Department of Internal Affairs. This...
Completed
May 2015
As citizens, we need reliable and timely information about the performance of public entities to ask valid questions of those who govern and lead them. Public entities are required to report on: the amount of public money they have spent; the outputs they have delivered for that money; and the results they have achieved. If public entities' reporting is not timely, the information...
Completed
Mar 2005
This report serves two broad purposes: it constitutes our “annual report” on the audits for 2003-04 of the Crown and its sub-entities – mainly as reflected in the Financial Statements of the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ended 30 June 2004 (the Financial Statements), parliamentary paper B.11, 2004; and it brings to attention a number of other matters (related both...
Completed
Mar 2006
This report serves 2 broad purposes: it constitutes our “annual report” on the audits for 2004-05 of the Crown and its sub-entities – mainly as reflected in the Financial Statements of the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ended 30 June 2005 (the Government financial statements), parliamentary paper B.11, 2005; and it brings to attention a number of other matters (related both...
Completed
Apr 2007
This report serves two broad purposes: It constitutes our "annual report" on the 2005/06 audits of the Government reporting entity and its subentities – mainly as reflected in the Financial Statements of the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ended 30 June 2006 (the Government financial statements), parliamentary paper B.11 2006. It brings to attention a number of other...
Completed
May 2008
This is our report on the 2006/07 audits of the central government sector.  
Completed
May 2009
This is our report on the 2007/08 audits in the central government sector.
Completed
Feb 2010
Central government: Results of the 2008/09 audits. Introduction Part 1: Matters arising from auditing the 2008/09 financial statements of the Government Audit opinion | Summary of significant matters arising from the 2008/09 audit | Significant matters arising from the 2008/09 audit Part 2: Assessing entities’ environment, systems, and controls Background | The areas we examine |...

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