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Announcements from 2018

Submission on the review of Tomorrow's Schools
6 December 2018: We have decided to publish our submission (provided in August) to the Independent Taskforce carrying out a review of Tomorrow's Schools.
Request to inquire into Mudtopia
4 December 2018: We have written to the Chief Executive of Rotorua District Council with the reasons for our decision not to inquire into Mudtopia.
Tasman District Council and the proposed Waimea dam
29 November 2018: We are receiving enquiries about the Council's proposed Waimea dam. To help keep people informed, we have decided to publish copies of the letters we have sent to the Council on this topic.
Submission on establishing an independent infrastructure body
26 October 2018: The Treasury has issued a consultation document seeking feedback on the proposed functions of an independent infrastructure body. This letter is our written submission.
Submissions on recent proposals
15 October 2018: The Auditor-General has provided submissions to the State Services Commission and the Treasury on proposals to reform the State Sector Act 1988, to set up an Independent Fiscal Institution, and to embed a focus on wellbeing in the Public Finance Act 1989.
Implementation of the new bus network and services in Wellington City
25 September 2018: We have written to Greater Wellington Regional Council regarding public concerns about aspects of Wellington’s new bus network and services.
New Controller and Auditor-General
12 April 2018
Partnership schools: Request for investigation
23 May 2018: On 20 February 2018, the Auditor-General received a request from Hon Nikki Kaye to investigate the way the Government is managing its contract negotiations with partnership schools and the possible transition of partnership schools to other schooling models. This is our response.
Kāpiti Coast District Council's proposal to invest funds
10 December 2018: We wrote to Kāpiti Coast District Council, setting out our expectations about due diligence and sound management, given the Council's intention to borrow money in order to set up investment funds.
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