The Auditor-General is the administrative head of OAG, whose duties and functions are defined in the Constitution of the Republic of Fiji and the Audit Act 1969.
The Constitution also provides the authority for the Auditor-General to determine all matters pertaining to the employment of all staff of the Office of the Audit or-General and has the control of its budget and finances, as approved by Parliament.
Sairusi Dukuno has more than 26 years’ experience in public sector auditing with the Office of the Auditor General. He started his career with the Office in 1994 and progressed through the rank up until his appointment as the Deputy Auditor-General on 08, May 2017. He was re-appointed in May 2020.
The role provides strategic and operational leadership and development that ensures achievement of the vision, mission and operational outcomes of the Auditor-General.
Sairusi Dukuno is the current Acting Auditor-General.
Moshin Ali first joined the Office of the Auditor-General in 2006 as a contract auditor and moved up the rank where he held the position of Director of Audit before taking up this new role.
As an Assistant Auditor-General, Moshin will be responsible for the audits of state entities under the Economics Services and Infrastructure Sector including government commercial companies and municipal councils, to take charge for the service delivery and engagement quality.
Finau Nagera has more than 18 years’ experience in public sector auditing with the Office of the Auditor General. Her work experience with the Office of the Auditor General has also enable her to contribute to the development of public sector auditing in the Pacific region through her involvement in both the work of the Pacific Association of Supreme Audit Institutions (PASAI) and International Association of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI).
Finau is responsible for the audits of the Financial Statements of Government (Whole of Government) and state entities under the General Administration and Social Services Sector.
Finau Nagera is the current Acting Deputy Auditor-General.
The respective Audit Group AAG reports directly to the Auditor-General on the day-to-day operations of the Groups on matters directly related to the audits and through the Deputy Auditor-General on corporate service matters.
The Performance Audit Group is headed by the Assistant Auditor General.
The Group is required to facilitate the mandate of the Auditor-General to undertake performance audits, sustainable development assurance audit and special investigation.
The Team reports directly to the Auditor-General and provide a range of services (i) Quality Assurance service , (ii) Risk Compliance services and (iii) Administrative & Executive Management support.
The Quality Assurance provides assurance reports to Auditor-General whether quality requirements performed by Audit Groups has been fulfilled in the audit process.
The Risk Compliance officer would evaluate and analyse the compliance affairs of the Office.
Executive Support Officer would provide a range of executive support and administrative services to Executive Management.
The role of the Corporate Service is to promote a modern and responsive corporate service with a view to enhance practices in business management that add value to the audit products and service.