Solomon Islands Office of the Auditor General

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The Auditor General is senior public servant mandated by the pdfSI Constitution 1978(437 KB) to audit all financial records and systems of public entities and produce reports on those audits. These entities include Government Ministries, Provincial Governments, State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) and Statutory Bodies.

The Auditor General carries out these audits with the support of the  Office of the Auditor General (OAG). These audit examinations involves the checking of books and records of public entities to determine whether they are true and whether they follow sound financial systems of control and the governing financial regulations and procedures.

The Auditor General’s audits are carried out by specialised  Branches within the Office of the Auditor General (OAG) and include financial audits, performance audits, assurance audits, special audits and audits of grants and projects.

Our Mission

As a centre of excellence we enhance the strengthening of public sector accountability, transparency and integrity to the people of Solomon Islands through professional, independent audit services and reports to our elected legislatures.

Our Vision

To be an independent, competent national audit office with qualified professionals to ensure accountability and transparency in the public sector for the people of Solomon Islands.

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