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Auditor General's Office (AGO)

Auditor General's Office (AGO)

About Us

The Auditor-General’s Office (AGO) is an independent organ of state and the national auditor. Our mission is to audit and report to the President and Parliament on the proper accounting and use of public resources so as to enhance public accountability and help strengthen the financial governance of the public service.

What We Do

We audit:

  • government ministries and departments
  • organs of state
  • statutory boards
  • government funds
  • other public authorities and bodies administering public funds (upon their request for audit), e.g. government-owned companies

We report our audit observations to:

  • the President, Parliament and the public through the Annual Report of the Auditor-General
  • management of the organisations audited through management letters

Our observations include system weaknesses, non-compliance with control procedures or legislation, and instances of excess, extravagance, or gross inefficiency leading to waste in the use of public funds and resources.

Scholars' Experience

AGO scholar is helping to scrutinise how public money is spent

Seeing the extensive work done by the AGO to...

Keeping everything in check

Undergraduate Georgiana Ang gets a boost...

All accounted for

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A head for figures

AGO scholar Ong Jia Qi looks forward to...

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