AGSA SCoAG 2009. Annual report presentation October 2009. Mission.
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Annual report presentation
The Auditor-General of South Africa has a constitutional mandate and, as the Supreme Audit Institution (SAI) of South Africa, it exists to strengthen our country’s democracy by enabling oversight, accountability and governance in the public sector through auditing, thereby building public confidence.
This is our reputation promise.
The AGSA remains committed to the following goals in order to impact positively on all aspects of public sector accountability:
Quality results summary
Table 1: The AGSA’s PFMA performance in meeting legislated reporting timelines (Results as at 31 July 2008)
Table 2: The AGSA’s MFMA performance in meeting legislated reporting timelines (Results as at 31 November 2008)
Table 3: Summary of actual performance against targets
Figure 2: PFMA audit outcomes
Figure 2: MFMA audit outcomes
This excludes municipal entities and metros
Table 5: Summary of actual performance against targets
Figure 4 : Overall vacancy per band
Figure 4: Trainee auditors by qualifications and year of study
Table 7: Summary of actual performance against targets
Figure 8: Sources of revenue (R’000)
Financial Highlights (08’09) cont.Total cost is R1.446 billion. The major cost drivers for AGSA are Contract work - R551.621 million (38%), Recoverable staff cost – R464.644 million (32%) and Support staff cost – R198.998 million (14%)
Table 10: Summary of actual performance against targets
Figure 9: Achievement of affirmative action targets excluding trainee auditors (levels A to G)
Figure 10: Achievement of affirmative action targets excluding of trainee auditors (levels A to F)
Table 12: Allocation of audit work to private audit firms
*Note: The reporting is based on 20% allocation only
Table 13: Summary of actual performance against argets
Note *: Absence of documented and standardised processes
Note **: Although processes are standardised they are either not documented or not communicated
Note ***: Processes are documented, standardised and communicated