What happens to the Auditor General’s report after the investigations are finished?

What happens to the Auditor General’s report after the investigations are finished?

The Auditor General’s Department is governed under the Financial Administration and Audit Act which requires the Auditor General to submit all reports to the Parliament through the Speaker of the House. The Act speaks specifically to the annual report being submitted to the Parliament no later than December 31 of

each year. This report covers the findings of the Department for the previous financial year.

Remember that any document tabled in the Parliament become available for access for any citizen of the country.

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