Annual Report of the Auditor-General for the year ended 30 June 2020
This Report has three parts:
Part A – Executive summary contains the opinions the Auditor-General is required to give under section 36 of the Public FInance and Audit Act 1987. It summarises the main matters 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 A also identifies any examinations we have conducted under section 32 of the Act.
Part B – Controls opinion explains the Auditor-General's controls opinion responsibilities and our approach to issuing this year's opinion. It also comments on any significant control matters we identified in conducting our controls opinion audit program.
Part C – Agency audit reports summarises the outcomes of the audits of the agencies included in the Annual Report. This includes a snapshot of each agency's key financial information and whether the financial statement opinion is modified or unmodified. There is also commentary on any significant issues of administration, financial management and controls. The financial statements of the agencies included in this report are published on this website (see link below).
Financial statements for the agencies we audit that are not included in this report will be published on this website progessively, as soon as reasonably practicable after we complete each audit.