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. It has three parts:
Part A Executive summary – A summary of the main matters the Auditor-General believes should be brought to Parliament’s attention from our annual audits of public sector agencies. This includes significant financial outcomes, events and control matters communicated to agencies and small-scale specific reviews.
Part B Controls opinion – A report on our approach to the controls opinion and the significant control matters we identified in our controls opinion audit work for the year.
Part C Agency audit reports – A summary of the audit outcomes for each agency included in the annual report, including commentary on significant issues of administration, financial management and control.
In addition, the Auditor-General produces other reports throughout the year on significant financial management, accounting and control matters within the public sector.
These may include reports on:
the efficiency, economy and effectiveness with which a public authority uses its resources.
examinations specifically requested by the Parliament of South Australia, Treasurer, Minister or the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption
examinations initiated by the Auditor-General of specific issues of importance and interest in the local government sector
the Adelaide Oval redevelopment
summaries of confidential government contracts
the operations of the Auditor-General's Department
Audited financial reports
Under section 36(1)(4) of the Public Finance and Audit Act 1987 copies of the financial statements of all agencies audited by the Auditor-General are published on this web site.
Copies of financial statements for the last two financial years can be found at 2020 and 2019