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OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL PROGRAM - VOTE 2501

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. As required by the Fiscal Transparency and Accountability Act, 2004, in an election year the Auditor General is also required to review and report on the reasonableness of a Pre-Election Report prepared by the Ministry of Finance.

VOTE SUMMARY
($)
ITEM # ITEM

Estimates
2012-13

Estimates
2011-12

Difference
Between
2012-13
and
2011-12

Actual
2010-11

  OPERATING EXPENSE        
1 Office of the Auditor General 15,821,400 15,821,400 - 14,599,549
  TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE TO BE VOTED 15,821,400 15,821,400 - 14,599,549
Statutory The Auditor General Act 402,700 402,700 - 402,641
  Total Statutory Appropriations 402,700 402,700 - 402,641
  Total Operating Expense 16,224,100 16,224,100 - 15,002,190



Standard Account by Item and Sub-items
($)
VOTE -ITEM
#
STANDARD ACCOUNT BY ITEM AND SUB-ITEMS      
  OPERATING EXPENSE      
2501-1 Office of the Auditor General      
  Salaries and wages     9,755,400
  Employee benefits     2,041,200
  Transportation and communication     418,800
  Services     3,155,500
  Supplies and equipment     377,500
  Transfer payments      
     CCAF-FCVI Inc     73,000
  Total Operating Expense to be Voted     15,821,400
  Statutory Appropriations      
Statutory    The Auditor General Act     402,700
  Total Operating Expense for Office of the Auditor General Program     16,224,100