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International relations audit outcomes 2010-11 September 2011

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International relations audit outcomes 2010-11 September 2011

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  1. International relations audit outcomes 2010-11 September 2011

  2. Reputation promise/mission 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.

  3. National PFMA audit outcomes 2010-11

  4. International relations PFMA audit outcomes 2010-11

  5. 3 Year progress towards clean administration

  6. Audit outcomes comparison to 2009-10Departments

  7. Movement in audit outcomes from 2009-10Departments 1

  8. Audit outcomes comparison with 2009-10 Public entities

  9. Movement in audit outcomes from 2009-10Public entities 1

  10. Areas of material misstatements in financial statements

  11. Corrections of material misstatements identified by auditors

  12. Predetermined objectives (PDO) findings Department and public entities Presentation 2010-11: 0% 2009-10: 0% Non-compliance 2010-11: 100% 2009-10: 0% Not reliable 2010-11: 0% 2009-10: 0% Not useful 2010-11: 100% 2009-10: 0%

  13. Unauthorised, irregular, and fruitless and wasteful expenditureDepartments and public entities* * Amounts are actual (no extrapolation of errors)/Based on actual disclosures and samples tested

  14. Summary of findings on supply chain management

  15. Areas of findings on non-compliance with laws and regulations

  16. Findings on HR management focus areasDepartments

  17. Findings on IT control focus areas

  18. Four focal points (based on prior audit, risk assessment) Procurement/SCM Increase in irregular expenditures Procurement processes and contract management: non compliance with TRs Performance of other remunerative work by employees: interest in suppliers to the DIRCO and other state institutions HR Management Long term acting in key positions Vacancies in key positions for extended periods of time Performance management: not all senior managers entered into performance agreements Predetermined Objective Reporting Non compliance with laws and regulations relating to PDO reporting Reporting on PDOs not useful as defined by FMPPI IT Management Security and user management controls partially implemented IT governance framework developed, partially implemented

  19. Progress made in implementing key controls

  20. Progress in addressing high risk areas Higher Lower