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Wednesday, 13 February 2002
Page: 131

The SPEAKER —I present the Auditor-General's audit reports Nos 14 to 31 of 2001-02, entitled Audit Report No. 14—Performance audit—Client service initiatives follow-up audit—Australian Trade Commission (Austrade); No. 15—Performance audit— Agencies' oversight of Works Australia client advances; No. 16—Performance audit— Defence Reform Program management and outcomes—Department of Defence; No. 17— Performance audit—Administration of petroleum excise collections—Australian Taxation Office; No. 18—Performance audit— Performance information in Portfolio Budget Statements; No. 19—Assurance and control assessment audit—Payroll management; No. 20—Performance audit—Fraud control arrangements in the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry—Australia (AFFA); No. 21—Performance audit—Developing policy advice—Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs; Department of Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business; Department of Family and Community Services; No. 22—Protective security audit—Personnel security— Management of security clearances; No. 23—Performance audit—Broadcasting planning and licensing—The Australian Broadcasting Authority; No. 24—Performance audit—Status reporting of major Defence acquisition projects—Department of Defence; No. 25—Assurance and control assessment audit—Accounts receivable; No. 26—Performance audit—Management of fraud and incorrect payment in Centrelink; No. 27—Assurance and control assessment audit—Agency management of software licensing; No. 28—Information support services—An analysis of the Chief Financial Officer function in Commonwealth organisations—Benchmarking study; No. 29—Financial statement audit—Audits of the financial statements of Commonwealth entities for the period ended 30 June 2001—Summary of results andNo. 30—Performance audit—Test and evaluation of major Defence equipment acquisitions—Department of Defence.

Ordered that the reports be printed.