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Planned

Actions for Road and rail freight strategy

Road and rail freight strategy

Transport
Asset valuation
Infrastructure
Management and administration
Procurement
Project management
Service delivery

Freight is a critical component of the New South Wales economy. It is currently estimated to be worth nearly $66.0 billion a year to the economy. The economic growth and prosperity of New South Wales depends on the safe, efficient and reliable movement of goods. The NSW Government Future Transport 2056 strategy estimates that by 2056, 12 million people will live in New South Wales, and freight volumes will double in the Greater Sydney area and increase b

Planned

Actions for Advice on major decisions: redevelopment of the Sydney Football Stadium

Advice on major decisions: redevelopment of the Sydney Football Stadium

Premier and Cabinet
Asset valuation
Compliance
Financial reporting
Infrastructure
Internal controls and governance
Management and administration
Procurement
Project management
Service delivery
Shared services and collaboration
Workforce and capability

The NSW Government makes decisions that involve the spending of significant sums, and that have substantial impacts on citizens. This audit will focus on the advice provided for the redevelopment of the Sydney Football Stadium. This audit may examine the adequacy of planning and risk management approaches and whether these: were informed by appropriate and robust departmental advice complied with relevant procurement and assurance frameworks.

Planned

Actions for Machinery of Government changes

Machinery of Government changes

Premier and Cabinet
Internal controls and governance
Management and administration
Service delivery

In April 2019, after the NSW State election, the Premier introduced changes to the structure of NSW Government agencies (known as Machinery of Government changes). These changes included the consolidation of government agencies into a structure of eight clusters. This audit will consider issues such as whether the 2019 Machinery of Government changes achieved their effectiveness and efficiency goals and improved public sector administration.

Planned

Actions for Transport 2020

Transport 2020

Transport
Asset valuation
Financial reporting
Infrastructure
Internal controls and governance
Management and administration
Service delivery
Shared services and collaboration
Workforce and capability

This audit will analyse the key observations and findings from the most recent financial statement audits of the Transport cluster for the year ended 30 June 2020.

Planned

Actions for Central Agencies 2020

Central Agencies 2020

Premier and Cabinet
Treasury
Finance
Financial reporting
Internal controls and governance
Management and administration
Risk

This audit will analyse the key observations and findings from the most recent financial statement audits of agencies in the Treasury, Premier and Cabinet, and Customer Service clusters.

Planned

Actions for Internal Controls and Governance 2020

Internal Controls and Governance 2020

Environment
Education
Community Services
Finance
Health
Industry
Justice
Planning
Premier and Cabinet
Transport
Treasury
Local Government
Whole of Government
Compliance
Cyber security
Fraud
Information technology
Internal controls and governance
Management and administration
Procurement
Project management

This report will bring together the findings and recommendations from our 2019–20 financial audits that relate to the internal controls and governance of the 40 largest NSW State Government agencies.

Planned

Actions for Advice on major decisions

Advice on major decisions

Premier and Cabinet
Compliance
Financial reporting
Internal controls and governance
Management and administration
Procurement
Risk

The public service is responsible for providing accurate, evidence-based, and impartial advice to government, and implementing government’s commitments in a responsive and professional manner. Quality advice from the public service is required to support good decision making. This audit may examine 2-3 major decisions to determine whether the advice provided meets good practice standards. It will also assess the effectiveness of the whole of government