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Auditor-General seeking feedback on draft plan, includes FV and Operation Respect

May 07, 2021 at 9:25 AM

From the NZFVC

The Office of the Auditor-General is inviting feedback on their proposed work programme. The included review of work to reduce family violence and the first audit of Operation Respect.

The Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) has outlined their proposed work programme in their Draft annual plan 2021/22. The plan sets out the proposed discretionary work programme. This is work the OAG does in addition to audits of public organisations. Feedback is invited on the proposed work programme outlined in Part 4 of the Draft annual plan

The closing date for giving feedback on the plan is 28 May 2021.

The Draft annual plan is based on five key areas:

1. Providing assurance to Parliament and the public on the Covid-19 response and recovery

2. How well is the public sector improving the lives of New Zealanders?

3. How well is the public accountability system working as a whole?

4. Keeping New Zealanders informed about public sector performance and accountability

5. Sharing insights about what “good” looks like

For area 2 focused on the public sector, the draft annual plan identifies four priorities: improving outcomes for Māori; reducing family violence; improving housing outcomes; and improving education outcomes.

Pages 23-24 of the plan outline the OAG proposed work programme related to family violence

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