• About the OAG

    Colin Murphy is Western Australia’s 18th Auditor General. His Office is responsible for auditing the Western Australian public sector. Appointed by the Governor, the Auditor General reports directly to Parliament and ultimately the people of Western Australia. The Auditor General operates independently of government. This independence is the cornerstone of public sector audit in the Westminster system of government. The purpose of the Office of the Auditor General is: Serving the public interest.

  • Work in Progress

    We have a quite a number of audits on the go at any one time – take a look!

    Our work needs to be relevant and of interest to Parliament, the public sector and just as importantly, the WA community… If you have an audit topic idea, or you would like to provide some information on one of our current audits please send us the details and have your say.

  • Our work matters. Will yours?

    In the last 12 months we have; completed financial audits on over $192 billion worth of assets, uncovered security risks that could have exposed thousands of personal records to hackers and travelled the state tracking the expenditure of $474.6 million worth of royalties for regions funding…

    The work we do matters to over 2.2 million people living in Western Australia and you can be part of it.

    Check out our careers page for information on our graduate program, current vacancies and other opportunities..

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    Our Annual Report

    Our 2015-16 Annual Report provides a comprehensive look at our performance and the services we have delivered during the year to inform Parliament on public sector accountability and performance. It describes the functions and operations of the Office and presents the audited financial statements and performance indicators for the year ended 30 June 2016.

  • Transparency Report

    We are committed to openness and transparency in how we operate and in our communication with Parliament, agencies and the public. Our Transparency Report explains how we set our strategy and manage our business to deliver consistently high quality and efficient audits. The report covers key processes that help give assurance about our commitment to quality.

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Minimum requirements to enable the audit of the Financial Statements to commence.

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Initial Receipt of Financial Statements for Departments Checklist

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Initial Receipt of Financial Statements for Statutory Authorities Checklist