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Budget 2012-2013 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget



Budget 2012-2013 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget

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11 Auditor-Generals Office Output Group/Output 2011-12 Estimate 2012-13 Budget $000 $000 Audits and Reviews 3 776 3 772 Audits and Reviews 3 776 3 772 Total Expenses 3 776 3 772 Appropriation Output 3 094 3 090 Capital Commonwealth 2012-13 Staffing: 4 Agency Profile The Northern Territory Auditor-Generals Office provides support to the Auditor-General in the discharge of statutory obligations under various Acts of Parliament, such as the AuditAct and the Public Information Act, including: the conduct of field work as part of examining financial information prepared by the Treasurer, agencies, statutory bodies and other public sector entities that are controlled by the Northern Territory Government; the conduct of performance management and information system audits; the conduct of reviews of public information issued by public authorities; and operational support in areas such as financial, information technology and records management. Strategic Issues for 201213 Business Improvements Extension of the audit program for 2012-13, following recent Commonwealth legislative changes, in order to assess the adequacy of Northern Territory agencies performance management systems in connection with national funding agreements. Reviewing and refining the performance management system methodology to ensure consistency with contemporary developments in this area. Budget Highlights for 201213 Business Improvements Ongoing funding for audit activities, including an increased focus on performance management system audits. $62000 to undertake increased audit work following more prescriptive Commonwealth audit standards.

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