Audit New Zealand
New Zealand’s Controller and Auditor-General (the Auditor-General) is an independent statutory Officer of Parliament. The primary role of the Auditor-General is to ensure that public money is being used properly and effectively. Audit New Zealand is the larger of two business units serving the Auditor-General. The other business unit is called the Office of the Auditor-General (OAG).
Audit New Zealand has a unique position as a business unit of the Controller and Auditor-General (the Auditor-General).
The OAG is responsible for carrying out performance audits and inquiries in the public sector. It makes sure that public entities are abiding by the rules and following best practice.