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The Auditor-General publishes 30-40 reports each year. These are the most recent.
Annual Plan 2017/18
June 2017: Our Annual Plan describes our 2017/18 work programme and signals our future work programmes for 2018/19 and 2019/20.
The Auditor-General's strategic intentions to 2025
June 2017: The Auditor-General's strategic intentions to 2025 sets out the objectives we will focus on for the next eight years.
Border security: Using information to process passengers
June 2017: In our view, the border agencies are operating effectively. There are differences in the quality of some of the information the agencies receive. This affects how efficiently the information is used. We also looked at whether frontline staff have the systems, tools, and resources to best use and share information, and whether there is effective collaboration between the agencies. Improvements should be made in both areas to ensure that information is used in the most efficient way. New Zealand Customs and the Ministry for Primary Industries also need to continue to develop their approach to workforce planning to improve their ability to efficiently deploy staff.
Managing the assets that distribute electricity
June 2017: We looked at how electricity distribution businesses were managing, maintaining, and investing in their networks to ensure that they could provide services to consumers for the long term.
Mental health: Effectiveness of the planning to discharge people from hospital
May 2017: We focused on people experiencing mental health problems acute enough that they were admitted to hospital. Although a relatively small group, their acute and often complex health problems mean that they can need a large amount of care and support from the country's health services...
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