The Auditor-General is an independent officer of the Victorian Parliament, appointed to examine the management of resources within the public sector on behalf of Parliament and Victorians.
This report examines whether the level crossing removal project is cost-effective in terms of whether it has improved, or is expected to improve, the safety and efficiency of the state’s road and rail network.
This report provides the Victorian Parliament with information about matters arising from the 2016−17 financial audit of the AFR.
This audit examined whether Victoria’s operating theatres are being used efficiently and whether the Department of Health and Human Services' leadership of the health system is driving efficiency.
This audit assessed whether state planning is meeting the needs of the rapidly growing population for birthing, maternal and child health, funded kindergarten services, and related infrastructure, in greenfield growth areas and established suburbs.
This audit assesses whether V/Line regional passenger services are efficient and meet the needs of public transport users, and whether it is adequately prepared to sustain and improve performance in the future.
This audit examines the effectiveness of the Victorian Public Sector Commission (VPSC), its governance and its oversight. It also focuses on organisational planning across VPSC, and how it prioritises its resources and measures its performance.
This audit examined the effectiveness of the health sector in preventing and responding to inappropriate behaviour including bullying and harassment.
Inappropriate behaviour including bullying and harassment have significant consequences—for individuals, patients and health sector agencies. This audit focused on the effectiveness...