This report deals with a decision by the Minister for Fisheries, Hon Dave Kelly MLA, not to provide Parliament with legal advice about the State’s likely exposure to compensation claims … Read more →
This follow-up audit assessed progress in the conservation of threatened species in Western Australia since our 2009 report Rich and Rare: Conservation of Threatened Species.
This audit assessed how effectively South Metropolitan Health Services is managing the non-clinical services contract at Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Welcome to our 2016-17 Annual Report, providing a comprehensive look at our performance and the services we delivered during the year to inform Parliament on public sector accountability and performance.
The objective of this report was to analyse agencies’ accounting general journal entries, and property, plant and equipment transactions, excluding land, to identify potential fraud, errors or omissions, and to identify … Read more →
The report is important because it reveals the common information system weaknesses we identified that can seriously affect the operations of government and potentially compromise sensitive information held by agencies. … Read more →
This report deals with 2 decisions by the then Minister for Water, the Hon Mia Davies MLA, not to provide Parliament with business cases from the Water for Food program. … Read more →
The focus of this audit was to assess whether agencies are paying suppliers on a timely basis in accordance with the requirements and principles of TI 323.
This report deals with a decision by the then Minister for Health, the Hon John Day MLA not to provide Parliament with the business case for the Quadriplegic Centre.
Management of Medical Equipment Report 8: 25 May, 2017 Media Statement Report Summary Auditor General’s overview Patient safety is the priority in all aspects of running a hospital. Having the … Read more →