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Our mission is to serve the public interest through independent auditing and reporting on State and local government finances and performance.

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We develop better practice guidance to help the Western Australian public sector perform efficiently and effectively. Our latest guidance includes:
• COVID-19 financial and governance matters
• Security considerations for remote working arrangements
• Contract management - extensions and variations.

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The Auditor General has found a decision by the Minister for Regional Development and Agriculture and Food not to provide Parliament will a full version of DPIRD’s Capability Review was reasonable and therefore appropriate. Read today’s report: http://audit.wa.gov.au

Second local government annual information systems audit report reveals 328 general computer control weaknesses at 50 entities which could compromise confidentiality, integrity and availability of systems and information. Read more http://www.audit.wa.gov.au

The Auditor General has found a decision by the Minister for Health not to provide information to Parliament about the cost of FSH facilities management services was reasonable and therefore appropriate. Read today’s report: http://www.audit.wa.gov.au

Report reveals department not providing effective regulation and support to local government sector. Regulation is more reactive & less focused on prevention, whereas early intervention helps build capability & prevent governance breakdowns. Read more http://www.audit.wa.gov.au

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