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The complete list of Audit Reports since 1997/1998 is available via this page. For hard copies of Audit Reports produced prior to 1997, please contact ANAO Publications via email or telephone 02 6203 7505.

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  • Acceptance into Service of Navy Capability

    Tabled Date:
    Tuesday 28th June 2011
    Report Number:
    57
    Portfolio:
    Defence
    Department:
    Department of Defence; Defence Materiel Organisation
    The objective of the audit was to report on the effectiveness of Defence’s approach to the acceptance into service of Navy capability, and to identify where better practice may be used by CDG, DMO and Navy.


    Download ANAO Audit Report No.57 2010-11
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  • Administering the Character Requirements of the Australian Citizenship Act 2007

    Tabled Date:
    Thursday 23rd June 2011
    Report Number:
    56
    Portfolio:
    Immigration and Citizenship
    Department:
    Department of Immigration and Citizenship

    The objective of this audit was to assess the effectiveness of DIAC’s administration of the character requirements of the Citizenship Act.


    Download ANAO Audit Report No.56 2010-11
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  • Administering the Character Requirements of the Migration Act 1958

    Tabled Date:
    Thursday 23rd June 2011
    Report Number:
    55
    Portfolio:
    Immigration and Citizenship
    Department:
    Department of Immigration and Citizenship

    The objective of this audit was to assess the effectiveness of DIAC’s administration of the character requirements of the Migration Act.


    Download ANAO Audit Report No.55 2010-11
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  • Interim Phase of the Audit of Financial Statements of Major General Government Sector Agencies for the year ending 30 June 2011

    Tabled Date:
    Thursday 23rd June 2011
    Report Number:
    54
    Portfolio:
    Across Agencies
    Department:
    Major General Government Sector Agencies

    The Auditor-General Act 1997 establishes the mandate for the Auditor‑General to undertake financial statement audits of all Australian Government entities including those of government agencies, statutory authorities and government business enterprises.

    Our interim audits of agencies encompass a review of governance arrangements related to agencies’ financial reporting responsibilities, and an examination of relevant internal controls, including information technology system controls. The ANAO’s examination of these areas is designed to assess the reliance that can be placed on agencies’ internal controls to produce complete and accurate information for financial reporting purposes.


    Download ANAO Audit Report No.54 2010-11
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  • Drought Assistance

    Tabled Date:
    Wednesday 22nd June 2011
    Report Number:
    53
    Portfolio:
    Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
    Department:
    Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

    The objective of the audit was to assess the effectiveness of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry’s administration of EC measures and the implementation of the pilot of new drought reform measures.


    Download ANAO Audit Report No.53 2010-11
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  • Administration of Deductible Gift Recipients (Non-profit Sector)

    Tabled Date:
    Wednesday 22nd June 2011
    Report Number:
    52
    Portfolio:
    Treasury
    Department:
    Australian Taxation Office

    The objective of the audit was to assess the effectiveness of the ATO’s administration of DGR endorsements and associated arrangements.


    Download ANAO Audit Report No.52 2010-11
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  • Administration of the Access to Allied Psychological Services Program

    Tabled Date:
    Tuesday 21st June 2011
    Report Number:
    51
    Portfolio:
    Health and Ageing
    Department:
    Department of Health and Ageing

    To examine the effectiveness of the Department of Health and Ageing’s administration of the Access to Allied Psychological Services Program.


    Download ANAO Audit Report No.51 2010-11
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  • Administration of Tax Office Shopfronts

    Tabled Date:
    Tuesday 21st June 2011
    Report Number:
    50
    Portfolio:
    Treasury
    Department:
    Australian Taxation Office

    The objective of the audit was to assess the effectiveness of the services delivered through ATO shopfronts to individual and micro enterprise tax clients. Particular emphasis was given to the delivery of services to clients and planning and reporting processes for shopfront services.


    Download ANAO Audit Report No.50 2010-11
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  • Fuel Tax Credits Scheme

    Tabled Date:
    Tuesday 21st June 2011
    Report Number:
    49
    Portfolio:
    Treasury
    Department:
    Australian Taxation Office

    The objective of the audit was to assess the effectiveness of the ATO’s administration of the Fuel Tax Credits Scheme. Particular emphasis was given to the Fuel Scheme’s governance and reporting arrangements, risk management strategies and compliance management program.


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  • Monitoring and Compliance Arrangements Supporting Quality of Care in Residential Aged Care Homes

    Tabled Date:
    Thursday 16th June 2011
    Report Number:
    48
    Portfolio:
    Health and Ageing
    Department:
    Department of Health and Ageing and the Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency Ltd

    The audit objective was to assess the effectiveness of monitoring arrangements (by the Accreditation Agency) and compliance activities (by DoHA) put in place to achieve residential aged care homes’ compliance with the Accreditation Standards and their other, related, responsibilities under the Act and its associated instruments.

    The ANAO’s assessment considered whether:

    — a sector-wide compliance strategy was in place and aligned with effective monitoring and compliance activities at the operational level;
    — there was a clear articulation of the separat but complementary roles and responsibilities of DoHA and the Accreditation Agency; and
    — performance information gathered by both agencies to support public reporting and business improvements was useful and enabled comparison of performance over time.


    Download ANAO Audit Report No.48 2010-11
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