- April 13, 2022
- Posted by: Adminct
- Category: Accountability-Report
Performance audit seeks to improve the accountability and performance of government organisations. It provides an objective and constructive assessment of the extent to which the Audited Entities have utilized the available resources in carrying out its responsibilities with due regard to economy, efficiency and effectiveness.
Follow-up of the recommendations from the Performance Audit conducted by the Controller and Auditor General (CAG) is a necessary process for ensuring that such recommendations are addressed and that citizens receive the appropriate feedback on the Value-for-Money of various programmes and activities conducted by Ministries, Departments and Agencies.
The main objective of the follow-ups was to assess how the Audited Entities implemented the recommendations issued by the Controller and Auditor General. Specifically, follow-up examines the corrective measures taken by the Audited Entities on the recommendations issued, the governance systems and reporting arrangements for monitoring the level of implementation of the performance audit recommendations issued by the Controller and Auditor General.
Therefore, this report presents the results of the follow-ups on implementation of the recommendations from eight Performance Audit Reports that were tabled to the Parliament in April, 2017.