Welcome to the Website of the Office of the Auditor - General of the Republic of Fiji
The Office of the Auditor General is established under Section 151 and Section 152 of the 2013 Constitution of the Republic of Fiji.
The Constitution requires the Auditor General to inspect, audit and report to Parliament once every year on the public accounts of the State, the control of public money and public property of the State and all transactions with or concerning the public money or public property of the State.
The Auditor General provides independent assurance to Parliament and the public at large that public sector agencies have used public funds for the purposes they have been appropriated and in accordance with legislations, financial management rules and regulations.
The specific functions of the Auditor General are defined in the Audit Act [Cap 70], including Ammendments to the Audit Act of 2006, Financial Management Act (2004), and the Environment Management Act (2005).
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