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  1. Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Transport Consolidated audit outcomes of Department of Transport and its entities for 2009-10 19 October 2010

  2. Reputation promise of the Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA) “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 constitutional democracy by enabling oversight, accountability and governance in the public sector through auditing, thereby building public confidence.” 2

  3. Summary of 2009-10 Audit outcomes – Department of Transport and entities * Autopax Passenger Services (Pty) LTD included in analysis for the first time in 2009-10 **The Urban Transport Fund was included in the analysis for 2008-09. This entity ceased to exist effective 31 March 2009

  4. Department of Transport and entities – PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Drivers of improved audit outcomes * Includes Autopax Passenger Services (Pty) LTD – Autopax Passenger Services excluded from analysis of predetermined objectives as this is included in PRASA ***Information systems audits done at only 5 entities. The IT audit of the department is at the reporting stage at the date of this presentation.

  5. Department of Transport and entities – PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Drivers of improved audit outcomes * Includes Autopax Passenger Services (Pty) LTD – Autopax Passenger Services excluded from analysis of predetermined objectives as this is included in PRASA ***Information systems audits done at only 5 entities. The IT audit of the department is at the reporting stage at the date of this presentation.

  6. Department of Transport and entities – PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Drivers of improved audit outcomes * Includes Autopax Passenger Services (Pty) LTD – Autopax Passenger Services excluded from analysis of predetermined objectives as this is included in PRASA ***Information systems audits done at only 5 entities. The IT audit of the department is at the reporting stage at the date of this presentation.

  7. Financial statement qualification areas • Completeness of penalty income (revenue) - CBRTA • Completeness and existence of accounts receivable - CBRTA • Transactions of Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) included in the records of Road Traffic Management Corporation – resulting in overstatement of Trade and other receivables/Cash and cash equivalents/Trade and other payables/Income/Operating expenditure/Staff costs/Property, plant and equipment - RTMC

  8. Department of Transport and entities– PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Transversal material misstatements corrected

  9. Department of Transport and entities– PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Transversal material misstatements corrected

  10. Department of Transport and entities– PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Fruitless and wasteful expenditure

  11. Department of Transport and entities– PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Fruitless and wasteful expenditure

  12. Department of Transport and entities– PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Fruitless and wasteful expenditure

  13. Department of Transport and entities– PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Irregular Expenditure

  14. Department of Transport and entities– PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Irregular Expenditure

  15. Department of Transport and entities– PFMA audit outcomes 2009-10Unauthorized Expenditure

  16. Report on predetermined objectives Indication of audit conclusions not included in audit report General ■ Phase-in approach by the AGSA since 2005-06 together with National Treasury ■ Stakeholder engagements to clarify approach and essence of auditing of predetermined objectives have taken place and will continue throughout 2010-11 ■ In 2010-11 departments and entities will need to take decisive action to address the areas requiring improvement in order to position themselves for a positive audit outcome on predetermined objectives There is no reporting on predetermined objectives in Autopax Passenger Services (Pty) LTD as this is included in PRASA 16

  17. Department of Transport and entities Findings on reporting of predetermined objectives 2009-10 **The Urban Transport Fund was included in the analysis for 2008-09. This entity ceased to exist effective 31 March 2009 There is no reporting on predetermined objectives in Autopax Passenger Services (Pty) LTD as this is included in PRASA 17

  18. Department of Transport and Entities Findings on compliance with laws and regulations 2009-10 *Analysis includes Autopax Passenger Services (Pty) LTD 18

  19. Transport and entities 2009-10 Findings on procurement and contract management *Analysis includes Autopax Passenger Services (Pty) LTD 19

  20. Department of Transport and Entities audit outcomes 2009-10Audits not conducted by the Auditor-General of South Africa Summary of audit outcomes

  21. Department of Transport and EntitiesAudits not conducted by the Auditor-General of South Africa Report on predetermined objectives - Indication of audit conclusions 2009-10 General ■ Phase-in approach by the AGSA since 2005-06 together with National Treasury ■ Stakeholder engagements to clarify approach and essence of auditing of predetermined objectives have taken place and will continue throughout 2010-11 ■ In 2010-11 entities will need to take decisive action to address the areas requiring improvement in order to position themselves for a positive audit outcome on predetermined objectives 21