Australasian Council of Auditors-General
The Australasian Council of Auditors-General (ACAG) is an association established by Auditors-General for their mutual support and for the sharing of information. This website provides information about ACAG, its members and their work.
The role of the Auditor-General is an important one. Each Parliament relies on its Auditor-General to provide independent assurance that governmental activities are carried out and accounted for consistent with Parliament's intentions. Auditors-General fulfil that role by reporting to their Parliament on the results of their work. To see those reports please visit the ACAG members' websites.
ACAG itself may, from time to time and with the agreement of all members, issue "Statements of Principle", copies of which are posted on this website.
In addition, ACAG may make submissions to various public inquiries and to accounting and auditing standard-setters. These submissions may be found on the websites of the relevant bodies.