ACAG SUBMISSIONS TO PUBLIC INQUIRIES INTENDED TO BE PUBLISHED ON ACAG WEBSITE

The following are links to submissions which ACAG has made to various Inquiries where the inquiring today has allowed publication.

JURISDICTION INQUIRY BY Year NAME OF INQUIRY (& subject matter)
ACT ACT Standing Committee on Public Accounts 2009 Inquiry into the ACT Auditor-General Act 1996

Commonwealth

Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit

1998 Inquiry into Community Education & Information Program (Government advertising) i
  Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit 2009 Inquiry into the Auditor-General Act 1997
  Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit 2013 Inquiry into Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Bill 2013
QLD

Public Accounts Committee

2005 Inquiry into Government Financial Reporting
 

Public Accounts Committee

2008 Inquiry into the Effectiveness of the Performance Management Systems Audit Mandate
 

Queensland Finance and Administration Committee

2013 Queensland Finance and Administration Committee's Inquiry into legislative arrangements assuring the Queensland Auditor-General's independence
NSW      
NT      
SA      
TAS Dept of Treasury and Finance 2008 Draft Tasmanian Audit Bill 2008
  Dept of Treasury and Finance 2011 Review of Tasmania's Financial Management Framework ii
VIC Committee established by the Hon J Kennett MP, Premier of Victoria 1997 Review of the Audit Act 1994 (3 submissions by ACAG arguing important principles regarding the State Auditor-General’s capacity to undertake audits) iii
  Public Accounts and Estimates Committee 2010 Inquiry into Victoria’s Audit Act 1994
WA

Public Accounts Committee

2005

Local Government Accountability in Western Australia

 

Estimates and Financial Operations Committee

2006 Inquiry into Auditor-General Bill 2006

i On 23/1/06 I was advised by the JCPAA Secretariat that the ACAG submission can be made available to anyone who requests it.
ii Tasmanian DTF advised VAGO that they have no objections if we publish.
iii In July 1997 Ms M van Rees, Assistant Secretary, Government Branch, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Victoria sought and was granted ACAG’s permission to have its submissions to the review made publicly available.