Presentations and Papers

Presentations and papers from the staff from the Audit Office of New South Wales, on a variety of topics.


This presentation was delivered by Assistant-Auditor-General, Steven Martin, to Audit and Risk Committee Chairs on Friday 20 April 2018. It covers major findings from the Report on Local Government 2017.


This presentation was delivered by Deputy Auditor-General, Ian Goodwin, to Audit and Risk Committee Chairs on Friday 16 June 2017. It covers major findings from the 2016 Overview audit report.


This presentation discusses the Audit Office's role in auditing local councils under the Local Government Amendment (Governance and Planning) Act 2016, including information about the Audit Office and how we audit, our transition approach and key focus areas for 2016-17.


In this presentation, the Auditor-General, Grant Hehir, defined contestability within a commissioning framework and how internal auditors can add value in this area.


In this presentation, Grant Hehir, the Auditor-General of New South Wales, spoke about the importance of risk management and Audit and Risk Committees in the NSW public sector, recent Audit Office findings, and what the Audit Office will be focusing on in the future.

In this presentation, the Auditor-General, Grant Hehir, discussed the role of CFOs and the need for them to be at the heart of business decision-making.

At the IIA keynote address, the Auditor-General, Grant Hehir, talked about key performance indicators in the public sector, a brief history of KPIs in the public sector, the importance of having indicators across the full service delivery chain and why it is important for government agencies to measure economy, efficiency, cost effectiveness and service delivery effectiveness.


Auditor-General's Reports to Parliament

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