Latest reports, articles, and letters

The Auditor-General publishes 40-50 reports, articles, and letters each year. Here are the 10 most recent.
Four initiatives supporting improved outcomes for Māori

1 June 2023: We looked at three agencies and four initiatives (He Poutama Rangatahi; the Māori Agribusiness Extension Programme; Te Ahu o te Reo Māori; and Whānau Engagement) that aim to support improved outcomes for Māori.

Response to concerns about the Measles Catch-up Campaign

22 May 2023: Dr Shane Reti MP wrote to us with concerns about the Ministry of Health’s Measles Catch-up vaccination campaign, including its cost, the number of vaccines that expired, and its failure to address Māori equity. This is our letter in response.

Draft annual plan 2023/24

28 April 2022: We seek your views on our proposed annual work programme for 2023/24. Feedback is requested by Friday 26 May 2023.

The Auditor-General's auditing standards

29 March 2023: At least once every three years, the Auditor-General is required to publish the auditing standards they apply, or intend to apply, by way of a report to the House of Representatives. The auditing standards apply to audits, inquiries, and other auditing services carried out on behalf of the Auditor-General. This is the March 2023 version of those standards.