Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
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Corporate Governance e x t e r n a l r e v ie w A U D IT A R R A N G EM EN T S The Audit Sub-Committee, as identified on page 58, met 12 times in 2000-2001. The Audit Sub-Committee is established in accordance with Part 3 section 15 of the Financial Management Act and Part 3 section 3 of the Treasurer's Directions. The aim of the Audit Sub-Committee is to promote transparent and accountable business processes and to provide support to the Chief Executive Officer in the performance of his duties under legislation. Audit Sum m ary f t The following positions comprise the Audit Sub-Committee: - Assistant Secretary, Business Analysis and Systems (chairperson); - Manager Secretariat; - Regional Director East Arnhem; and - Director Audit Services, Strategic and Audit Services (Department of the Chief Minister). During 2000-2001, the Audit Sub-Committee addressed the following issues: - compliance and audit responsibilities under the Consumer Credit Code; - management of shared equity assests; - housing stock utilisation; - repairs and maintenance program; and - debt management. Audit Title Agency covered by Audit Auditor Audit Type End of year Compliance 1999-2000 Territory Housing Territory Housing Business Services KPMG Compliance Financial Statements Territory Housing Business Services KPMG Statutory and financial 1999-2000 Annual Report - Review of performance reporting Territory Housing Territory Housing Business Services KPMG Performance management Commonwealth State Housing Agreement Acquittal 2000-2001 Territory Housing KPMG Statutory and financial Housing 2003 Territory Housing Territory Housing Business Services KPMG Performance management Financial Statements - (interim) 2000-2001 Territory Housing Business Services KPMG Financial How well does TRIM support the business needs of agencies? Territory Housing Territory Housing Business Services KPMG Performance management, internal process Analysis of grants paid Territory Housing Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Financial All recommendations from the above audits have been evaluated and where recommendations have been accepted they have been implemented or are in the process of being implemented. page 53
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