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The ANAO welcomes members of the public contributing information for consideration when conducting performance audits.

Performance audits involve the independent and objective assessment of the administration of an entity or body’s programs, policies, projects or activities. They also examine how well administrative support systems operate.

The ANAO does not have a role in commenting on the merits of government policy but focuses on assessing the efficient and effective implementation of government programs, including the achievement of their intended benefits.

The audits currently open for contribution by members of the public are listed below.

Please note that the citizen's input facility is only active during the fieldwork phase of an audit.

For a full list of Audits in Progress click here.

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  • The Early Years Quality Fund Contribute to this Audit

    Portfolio:
    Agencies involved:
    1. Department of Education
    2. Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
    3. Department of Finance
    Audit Objective:
    To assess the effectiveness of the establishment, implementation and operation of the Early Years Quality Fund against the requirements of the Early Years Quality Fund Special Account Act 2013 and the Commonwealth grants administration framework.
    Due to Table:
    Spring 2014

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  • The Australian Electoral Commission's Workforce Planning and Management, and Selection of Polling Places and Scrutiny Centres: Follow up Audit Contribute to this Audit

    Portfolio:
    Agencies involved:
    Australian Electoral Commission
    Audit Objective:

    The objective of the second audit is to assess the adequacy and effectiveness of the Australian Electoral Commission's implementation of those recommendations made in ANAO Audit Report No.28 2009-10 relating to:

    • a more strategic approach to election workforce planning, with a particular focus on the selection, recruitment, training and performance evaluation of polling staff (Recommendations 5 and 6);
    • the suitability and accessibility of polling booths and fresh scrutiny premises (Recommendation 7); and
    • the transport and storage of completed ballot papers (Recommendation No.8(b)), in respect to matters not fully addressed in the report of the first audit.
    Due to Table:
    Spring 2014

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  • Delivery of Australia's Consular Services Contribute to this Audit

    Portfolio:
    Agencies involved:
    Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
    Audit Objective:
    To assess the effectiveness of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's delivery of services to Australian nationals travelling or residing abroad.
    Due to Table:
    Spring 2014

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  • Recruitment and Retention of Specialist Skills for the Navy Contribute to this Audit

    Portfolio:
    Agencies involved:
    Department of Defence
    Audit Objective:
    To examine the effectiveness of Navy's strategy for recruiting and retaining personnel with specialist skills.
    Due to Table:
    Spring 2014

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  • Diagnostic Imaging Reforms Contribute to this Audit

    Portfolio:
    Agencies involved:
    Department of Health
    Audit Objective:
    To assess the effectiveness of the Department of Health's implementation of the Diagnostic Imaging Review Reform Package.
    Due to Table:
    Spring 2014

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  • Administration of Australian Taxation Office Call Centres Contribute to this Audit

    Portfolio:
    Agencies involved:
    Australian Taxation Office
    Audit Objective:
    To assess how effectively and efficiently the ATO manages call centres as part of its overall service delivery strategy.
    Due to Table:
    Spring 2014

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  • Health's Implementation of Audit Recommendations Contribute to this Audit

    Portfolio:
    Agencies involved:
    Department of Health
    Audit Objective:
    To assess the effectiveness of the Department of Health's monitoring and the implementation of ANAO and internal audit recommendations.
    Due to Table:
    Spring 2014

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  • Ethanol Production Grants Program Contribute to this Audit

    Portfolio:
    Agencies involved:
    Department of Industry
    Audit Objective:
    To examine the effectiveness of the former Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism's and the Department of Industry's administration of the EPG Program since 2007-08.
    Due to Table:
    Spring 2014

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  • Administration of the Medical Specialist Training Program Contribute to this Audit

    Portfolio:
    Agencies involved:
    Department of Health
    Audit Objective:
    To assess the effectiveness of the Department of Health's administration of the Specialist Training Program.
    Due to Table:
    Autumn 2015

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  • Tariff Concession System Contribute to this Audit

    Portfolio:
    Agencies involved:
    Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (Customs)
    Audit Objective:
    To assess Customs' administration of the Tariff Concession System.
    Due to Table:
    Autumn 2015

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