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The Auditor-General publishes 30-40 reports each year. These are the most recent.
Immigration New Zealand: Delivering transformational change
April 2017: This report outlines how Immigration New Zealand turned a project that was at risk of failing into a business transformation programme that was delivered broadly on time and to budget. We encourage other public sector entities to consider the good management practices highlighted in Part 4 of this report when planning change and putting it in place.
Local government: Results of the 2015/16 audits
April 2017: Although the focus of this report is on the 2015/16 audits, it outlines important messages about what the Auditor-General intends to monitor throughout his term...
Draft annual plan 2017/18
April 2017: The programme of work proposed in this draft annual plan aligns well with the Auditor-General's ambition to ensure that the Office is strongly positioned to continue influencing and promoting an effective, efficient, and accountable public sector...
The Auditor-General's Auditing Standards
March 2017: The Auditor-General’s Auditing Standards are based on the standards issued by the External Reporting Board. However, those standards do not always take full account of the particular scope and nature of public sector audits...
Insights and challenges: The Auditor-General's vision for the public sector
March 2017: Letter sent on 30 March 2017 to State sector chief executives by Martin Matthews, the Controller and Auditor-General about his vision for the public sector.
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