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The performance audits listed below are currently in-progress and open for contribution. You can subscribe to receive status updates about individual audits using the 'Subscribe to this audit' link against each audit.
The objective of this audit is to examine the administration of the support arrangements that are designed to ensure that the Cape class patrol boats are achieving contracted availability and performance requirements.
An audit of the design of the partnership with the Great Barrier Reef Foundation is included in the ANAO’s annual audit work program. The ANAO expects to conduct an audit of the design of the partnership later in 2018–19, as the grant agreement includes key program design milestones for the foundation to meet in the period between 31 August and 24 December 2018.
There has been Parliamentary and public interest in the processes that led to the decision to offer a $443.3 million grant to the foundation. This interest was reflected in requests to the Auditor-General from the Senate Environment and Communications References Committee and the Secretary of the Department of the Environment and Energy that priority be given to a performance audit of the partnership. Accordingly, the objective of this audit is to assess whether the award of a $443.3 million grant to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation was informed by appropriate departmental advice and sound processes that complied with the grants administration framework.
The objective of this audit is to assess the extent to which the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (Agriculture) has addressed the recommendations from ANAO Audit Report No. 46 of 2011–12, Administration of the Northern Australia Quarantine Strategy (NAQS).
The objective of this audit is to assess the effectiveness of risk management, data monitoring and public reporting arrangements associated with the Australian Government’s funding of public hospital services under the 2011 National Health Reform Agreement (NHRA).
The objective of this audit is to assess whether the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities has designed and implemented appropriate governance and administration arrangements for the transition and delivery of sustainable reforms to services on Norfolk Island.