Auditor General Department

The Department was first established in 1829 as a part-time office.  It was not until 1851, under section 2 Cap 53 of Law, that the independent office of Auditor General was established. The responsibilities and authority of the Auditor General are detailed in the Constitution and the Financial Administration and Audit Act. The Auditor General and the Auditor General’s Department employees are tasked with conducting independent audits in accordance with acceptable, professional and ethical standards and issuing appropriate reports on the use of public resources.

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