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Audit New Zealand updates in 2019

In March and April 2019, Audit New Zealand provided information updates throughout New Zealand.

This year’s theme was Improving Trust and Confidence in the public sector. Presentations our speakers gave are listed below:

Speaker Presentation
Stephen Walker
Stephen Walker, Executive Director, Audit New Zealand
Welcome and opening address
John Ryan
John Ryan, Controller and Auditor-General
Improving trust, promoting value
Peter Gardiner
Peter Gardiner, Manager, Forecasting, Modelling and Research, The Treasury
New Zealand economic outlook
Diana Cook
Diana Cook, Manager, Growth and public services, The Treasury
The Treasury's Living Standards Framework
Stuart Cormack
Stuart Cormack, Manager Methodology, Audit New Zealand
Client Substantiation File - Prepare for your audit
Andrea Reeves
Andrea Reeves, Assistant Auditor-General Local Government, The Office of the Auditor-General
Topical issues from recent reports and inquiries
Gareth Ellis
Gareth Ellis, Assistant Auditor-General Parliamentary Group, The Office of the Auditor-General
Reflections on our recent work: Themes and issues for central government organisations
Robert Cox
Robert Cox, Head of Accounting, Audit New Zealand
Financial reporting update
Martin Richardson
Martin Richardson, Director, Audit New Zealand
Procurement and how it contributes to trust and confidence
Warren Allen
Warren Allen, External Reporting Board
Using Your Audit and Risk Committee Effectively
Derek Walker
Derek Walker, Chair of Audit and Risk Committee
Using Your Audit and Risk Committee Effectively – a chair’s perspective 
Paul O'Neil
Paul O'Neil, General Counsel, Serious Fraud Office
The future of fighting fraud in the public sector
Jeff Galt
Jeff Galt, Institute of Internal Auditors
Getting back to #1. Internal Audit: A key pillar in building trust and confidence 
Ian Ball
Ian Ball, Professor of Public Financial Management, Victoria University, Wellington
Sound financial footings - Why This is Important in the Public Sector
Karin Lasthuizen
Professor Karin Lasthuizen, Victoria University, Wellington
Ethical Leadership in the workplace

Page updated: 18 April 2019