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New South Wales

The Audit Office of New South Wales is the independent auditor of the New South Wales public sector.

The Audit Office reports directly to parliament on the New South Wales government’s financial statements and use of public money.

We help the New South Wales public sector improve its performance for the benefit of the community.

News

Early childhood education
Enrolments in quality early childhood education programs in New South Wales are increasing but are below the national benchmark, according to a report released today by the NSW Auditor-General, Margaret Crawford. Ninety-five per cent of children should be enrolled in at least 600 hours in the year b ...
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Supporting students with disability in NSW public schools
The Department of Education is doing a reasonable job in managing how well students with disability transition to a new school and supporting teachers to improve these students’ educational outcomes, according to a report released today by the NSW Auditor-General, Margaret Crawford.
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Reintegrating young people into the community after detention
On any given day there are around 280 young people in detention in New South Wales. They include some of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable people in the community. Many are from unstable families, have poor education skills, use illicit drugs, and have suffered trauma. In New South Wales, Juveni ...
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New Auditor-General starting soon
Margaret Crawford, the new Auditor-General, will be commencing with the Audit Office of New South Wales on Monday 4 April 2016. The Premier announced the selection of Margaret Crawford to the position of Auditor-General, New South Wales, on 2 February 2016.
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Managing unsolicited proposals in New South Wales
Overall, the governance arrangements for unsolicited proposals are adequate. However, there needs to be greater transparency and public reporting on unsolicited proposals received by government, according to a report released today by the NSW Acting Auditor-General, Tony Whitfield.
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Auditor-General's Reports to Parliament

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