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Welcome to the Auditor-General's Department

The Auditor-General is the independent auditor of the South Australian public sector.

The Auditor-General reports directly to Parliament on the audits and examinations of State and local government agencies covering financial reports and operations, controls and matters of public interest.

Auditors-General have been responsible for auditing South Australian Government finances, systems and processes since 1839.

The Auditor-General contributes to public sector financial accountability and performance for the benefit of all South Australians.

As one of the largest external auditing organisations in South Australia, the Auditor-General's Department highly values its independence.


Tuesday, 24 March 2020

Report 1 to 5 of 2020

Report 1 of 2020: Adelaide Oval redevelopment for the designated period 1 July 2019 to 31 December 2019

Report 2 of 2020: Examination of credit card use and management: City of Charles Sturt

Report 3 of 2020: Examination of credit card use and management: City of Playford

Report 4 of 2020: Examination of credit card use and management: The Coorong District Council

Report 5 of 2020: Consolidated Financial Report review

Tuesday, 3 March 2020

Friday, 14 February 2020


We are looking for highly motivated and skilled people who enjoy working in a team. We offer rewarding careers to people beginning their careers and experienced employees.

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Reports to parliament

The Auditor-General produces several types of reports to Parliament. The main report is the Auditor General’s Annual Report which is required to be completed by 30 September each year.

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Our people

If you join our department you will become part of a friendly and supportive team committed to professional excellence. You will work collaboratively doing a variety of interesting and challenging work.

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