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Report 4 of 2021 (Published on 16 February 2021)

Passenger transport service contracts - Heavy rail

The Auditor-General is required to examine the contract for providing heavy rail passenger transport services in metropolitan Adelaide and report on the probity of the process leading to a service contract being awarded.

This report provides an update on the status of his review and the circumstances impacting it.

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Report 3 of 2021 (Published on 2 February 2021)

Examination of cyber security - Port Augusta City Council

We examined the arrangements established by the Port Augusta City Council to manage cyber security.

We concluded that for the period December 2019 to March 2020, important internal control elements to mitigate cyber security and technology risks within the Council were not operating effectively.

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Report 2 of 2021 (Published on 2 February 2021)

Examination of cyber security - City of Prospect

We examined the arrangements established by the City of Prospect to manage cyber security.

For the period that we examined we concluded that important internal control elements to mitigate cyber security and technology risks within the City of Prospect were not operating effectively. We do acknowledge that the City of Prospect has a small IT team and budgetary constraints and that it implemented some controls over its core Enterprise Resource Planning and records management systems.

The City of Prospect responded positively to our recommendations and had already commenced some improvement activities prior to our examination. It continued those improvement activities during and after our examination.

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Report 1 of 2021 (Published on 2 February 2021)

Examination of cyber security - City of Port Adelaide Enfield

We examined the arrangements established by the Port Augusta City Council to manage cyber security.

We concluded that for the period December 2019 to March 2020, important internal control elements to mitigate cyber security and technology risks within the Council were not operating effectively.

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