The Auditor General conducts independent value-for-money and financial statement audits under the authority of the Auditor General Act and various other statutes and authorities. As well, under the authority of the Government Advertising Act, 2004, the Auditor General is required to review government advertising and certain printed matter proposed by government offices to determine if the advertising or printed matter meet the standards required by that Act.
|1||Office of the Auditor General||12,277,200||1,480,200||10,797,000||9,227,757|
|Statutory||The Auditor General Act||275,000||158,000||117,000||233,551|
|Total Operating Expenses||12,552,200||1,638,200||10,914,000||9,461,308|
|Less: Statutory Appropriations||275,000||158,000||117,000||233,551|
|Amount to be Voted||12,277,200||1,480,200||10,797,000||9,227,757|
|Office of the Auditor General (2501-1) Activity||$|
|Salaries and wages||7,427,300|
|Transportation and communication||235,100|
|Supplies and equipment||428,000|
|Statutory Appropriations Activity||$|
|The Auditor General Act||275,000|
|Total Operating for Office of the Auditor General Program||12,552,200|
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