The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) has around 170 employees who work across 6 business units: 4 operational and 2 non-operational.
The operational units report to the Deputy Auditor General and develop our key products. The 2 non-operational units report directly to the Auditor General and provide corporate, technical and audit quality support.
Caroline Spencer, Auditor General
BBus, FCPA, FCA, GAICD, FGIA FCIS
Caroline was appointed Auditor General in May 2018.
Caroline has experience in financial and performance audit across jurisdictions and sectors, and prior to her appointment led a professional services firm specialising in public sector audit and governance. Caroline has held a number of predominantly public sector board and audit committee roles in several jurisdictions.
Caroline has a passion for promoting accountability and continuous improvement across the public sector and the audit profession – to enhance trust and performance for the benefit of the communities we serve.
She is a fellow of CPA Australia, Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand and the Governance Institute of Australia, and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Sandra Labuschagne, Deputy Auditor General Performance Audit
BCompt, Hons BCompt CA (SA)
Sandra joined OAG in 2012 and became Assistant Auditor General in 2014. Sandra has extensive public and private sector auditing experience in South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.
Aloha Morrissey, Acting Assistant Auditor General Financial Audit
BBus, Grad Dip Bus Admin, CPA
Aloha joined the Office in 2002 and was appointed Assistant Auditor General of the Information Systems and Performance Audit business unit in 2019. In November 2020, she commenced acting in the AAG Financial Audit role. Prior to joining the Office, Aloha held a range of investigation and audit positions with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and the Australian Taxation Office.
Jordan Langford-Smith, Acting Assistant Auditor General Information Systems and Performance Audit
LLB, BCom, MIPA
Jordan has been acting Assistant Auditor General of our Information Systems and Performance Audit business unit since August 2019. He joined the OAG in 2013 as a Director in our Financial Audit business unit. Prior to this, Jordan worked at the ACT Audit Office as a financial auditor.
Jason Beeley, Assistant Auditor General Performance Audit
BA Hons (Oxon), Dip Strategic Studies
Jason joined the OAG in 2006, following 5 years as a commercial and general manager in the defence and technology sectors. Jason previously worked with the UK National Audit Office conducting and managing value for money studies, mainly of the Ministry of Defence. He was appointed Assistant Auditor General in 2009.
Glyn Lewis, Assistant Auditor General Forensic Audit
MPub&IntLaw, GradDipExecLead, GradCertAppMgt, GradCertFinMgt, BBus(Mgt), DipExtMgt
Before joining the Office in 2020, Glyn was Advisor to the Vanuatu Police Force Commissioner and Australian Federal Police (AFP) Mission Commander for ‘Stretem Rod blong Jastis mo Sefti’ – Vanuatu-Australia Policing and Justice Program 2018-2020.
Prior to working in Vanuatu, Glyn was the AFP’s National Coordinator Cybercrime, Coordinator at the Australian Cyber Security Centre and Deputy Chair of the Five Eyes Cyber Working Group.
Patrick Arulsingham, Acting Assistant Auditor General Technical and Audit Support
BCom, FCA, CPA, JP
Patrick joined the OAG in 2003 as a Principal Auditor in our Financial Audit business unit and is currently acting as Head of Technical and Audit Support. Prior to this, Patrick worked at PwC as a financial auditor.
Sadie Godfrey, Assistant Auditor General Business Services
MBA (Curtin), Assoc Dip Bus (Accounting)
Sadie has diverse and extensive experience in corporate management, working in the areas of education and industrial relations. Sadie was previously Director of Corporate Services at the Department of the Registrar, Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission before joining OAG as Assistant Auditor General in 2008.