Welcome to the ACT Auditor-General's Office
The Auditor-General is responsible for the audit of all ACT public sector agencies.
The main functions of the ACT Auditor-General's Office, as set out in the Auditor-General Act 1996, are:
- to promote public accountability in the public administration of the Territory;
- to audit annual financial statements of the Territory, departments and Territory authorities; and
- to conduct performance audits.
The Auditor-General also has responsibilities under the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2012, the Government Procurement Act 2001 and the Territory-Owned Corporations Act 1990.
- The ACT Audit Office's Annual Report for 2012-13 has been released. For a copy of the report click here.
- The ACT Audit Office’s Performance Audit Program for 2013-14 has been released. For more information click here.
- The ACT Audit Office's Public Interest Disclosure Procedures have been released. To view the procedures, click here.
Recent Auditor-General's reports tabled in the ACT Legislative Assembly are:
Report No. 6 /2013 entitled ACT Auditor-General's Office Annual Report 2012-13, Tuesday 24 September 2013
Report No. 5 /2013 entitled Bushfire Preparedness, Friday 26 July 2013
Report No. 4 /2013 entitled National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness, Wednesday 19 June 2013
Report No. 3 /2013 entitled ACT Government Parking Operations, Thursday 30 May 2013
Report No. 2 /2013 entitled Executive Remuneration Disclosed in ACTEW Corporation Limited's (ACTEW) 2010-11 Financial Statements and Annual Report 2011, Friday 26 April 2013
Report No. 1 /2013 entitled Care and Protection Systems, Thursday 7 March 2013
Report No. 10 /2012 entitled 2011-12 Financial Audits, Friday 21 December 2012
Report No. 9 /2012 entitled Grants of Legal Assistance, Wednesday 14 November 2012
Report No. 8 /2012 entitled Australian Capital Territory Public Service Recruitment Practices, Thursday 25 October 2012
For more information go to 'Reports'
For Current Vacancies please click here.